Monday, March 31, 2014

A March day in the yard, garden, shed and the sunshine.

Tomatoes and Peppers seeded

All the important pieces of the seeding puzzle

The seeds under the grow light and on the heat mat and 
my beloved Timmy's mug. Right size....and keeps it hot.

Shiro Plum in full bloom

The hoop plastic rinsed and drying out over the hoops

Allan washing the green algae off the deck glass

My crazy cymbidium still flowering. 

I got lots done in the yard, shed and greenhouse today. Filled the raised beds in the greenhouse with lettuce seeds. I am so excited about the prospect of home grown salads I'm giddy.


Powell River Books said...

I just found your blog through Linda, Crafty Gardener. I look forward to reading your posts. I live on Powell Lake across the Strait. My garden is on a cedar log float next to our cabin. It isn't big, but I can get quite a bit of produce from it and the pots on my deck. I use organic methods because everything drains into the lake water, our source for the cabin. - Margy

Erin said...

I LOVE your garden!! That is amazing. I'm going to read your whole blog. I am all in favor of planting gardens, especially food, in interesting and unusual ways. It is the way of the future. :-)