I can’t say it much more plainly than that: creating things is fun, and growing a garden from seed is no different. A little over a week ago, I planted a wide variety of the ‘early’ seeds (meaning they don’t totally love our short growing season, so we cheat it a bit and trick them in our little greenhouses inside our toasty heated homes). Heirloom tomatoes, romas, beefsteaks and yellow grapes. Sweet yellow and green pepper, jalapeno, poblano, serrano, habanero, fiery ember (we like things spicey!). Herbs – Lime, cinnamon, thai and sweet basil, thyme, rosemary, parsley, celantro….I’m sure I am forgetting some. And, of course, some Marigolds (they are great to ward off pests).
My camera is busted…warped the lense, so can’t show you my baby sprouts, but each day I come home and there are new little plants coming alive daily in my kitchen, and not the moldy sporey kind.
Yay for spring. Yay for gardens. Yay for creating life. Good times.
Oh! An idea…here’s a shot of my garden from the spring of last year, just for visual interest….!