The weather folks warned us at least a week ahead, so I had time to put the winter blanket back on my horse. I haven’t started gardening yet this Spring, so I didn’t have to do anything outside to prepare. The temperatures are supposed to go back up soon. The snow had melted a few days ago, and the view outside to the South looked bleak but vaguely Spring-like:
But yesterday it snowed. The front yard a few hours ago has a thin covering of snow now:
David is in gardening mode, however. He has 108 onions started–I think it’s hilarious that he knows the exact number.
He also has baby arugula, parsley, radicchio, spinach, sorrel and a few other things. Here he is yesterday thinning the seedlings:
I’m going to wait until April 1 or so this year to start my seeds. But I have been taking cuttings of some of my favorite indoor plants and rooting them in water. I bought a nice dark red glazed pot the other day and planted my begonia cutting in it–it’s doing very well, even blooming.