Last year, I had spring fever so bad that I was putting seeds in the oven to help them germinate. Remember that story?
Well, this year I stuck to the plan and waited until Valentine’s Day to start my heat-lovers like tomatoes.
The tomatoes germinated well, the dill and cilantro are doing great, and I even have some zinnias.
I like to use inexpensive methods of labeling seedlings, and this time I had a yogurt container on hand.
Will these labels last forever?
No, but I really just need them to last a few weeks or until I can get the plants into the garden.
I actually have daffodils this year, and they make me so happy! I love tulips and crocuses too, but North Florida is not cold enough for them.
Hopefully my ‘Royal Burgundy’ beans will be in the ground soon. I have never grown purple beans, and figured this year would be a great year to try them. Have you had them? What did you think?
Also, if you haven’t started a compost pile yet, my post Coffee to Compost- Literally! is a good place to get information.
Let’s get growing!