All of my seeds are here, so now Spring can come. In fact, I’m beginning to get impatient now. . .
Fedco had to substitute my Amish pepper for a similar variety. . .I guess a lot of people liked their discription! The things they had to substitute were cheaper, so they also sent two dimes in with the order. I can’t say I ever had great plans for those two dimes, but I won’t complain about getting them back!
My first batch of leeks (Sherwood, which won’t overwinter) is about 3 inches tall. This weekend I start my next batch of leeks. I think they’re called “Imperial”; I’ve never tried them before. I just got them in my Fedco order, otherwise I would have started them at the same time as the Sherwood. The “Imperial” can overwinter.
March, as is typical around here, came in like lion, is still acting like a lion, and probably won’t be tired of acting like a lion by the time it leaves. But the sun is up when I get up in the morning, and we aren’t eternally covered in thick layer of clouds, so I feel like there is hope for Spring.