Our Spring Garden 2018

The last couple of days, I was very busy in the garden. I planted tomatoes, peppers, brussels sprouts, chard, snow peas and herbs. Despite it might be a little early for the tomatoes and peppers, I put them in the ground anyway. Tomorrow, I have to put up a cold frame. Because we supposed to have a few nights with temperatures in the mid 30s (3ยบC). But I didn’t want to wait too much longer, and we might have a good chance that we get some vegetables before the heat comes into North Texas, again.

In the meantime, we enjoy the blooms inside the greenhouse. It always feels good to see some color, even during the cooler months of Winter. The Narcissus are all in bloom; the Gazania blossom looks so beautiful; the Sweet Williams are coming back; and the Tulips will start blooming any day, now.

2 thoughts on “Our Spring Garden 2018

    • Thank you for your concern, Carolee! Since Mother Nature can be a little bi-polar in the southern states, we always have to be prepared for cooler weather in Spring. We work with the PPP system (Plant, and be Prepared to Protect). ๐Ÿ˜‰ If we wait too long, it will get too hot for the ‘maters in Texas. ๐Ÿ™‚


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