Getting The Garden Ready For Spring

The last couple of days I spent most of my time in the greenhouse. I re-potted some salad plants, so their roots will have more room to grow. And they don’t have to compete with one another in the same pot. I still have a lot of re-potting to do. In January, I was sowing cabbages, salads, onions, etc. They all became strong seedlings. On Saturday, I was sowing more vegetables and flowers.

I’m very excited, that I have artichoke and leek seedlings, now. The Bluebonnet looks very promising as well. Last year, I didn’t have much luck with these plants. I’m very happy that I am successful this year.

Since it is very windy, I decided to take a break from gardening today. But we have a few warm days, before it will cool off for a day. And then we will be back warm, again. It is warm enough to leave the greenhouse window open at night. The plants need plenty of fresh air to grow. Let’s see, how my plants will do in the next few days. I’ll keep you updated on my garden adventures. 🙂

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Artichoke Seedlings on February 5, 2017