My cousin, Mike, and I finished prepping the gardens and finally started planting tonight. We were able to put down two rows of sugar snap peas, two rows of regular peas and two rows of yellow onions. It's a start.
Probably won't be able to get anything else in the ground this week. Rumor has it that we're going to get a bit more wintery stuff tomorrow and rain and sleet for most of the rest of the week.
Sharon's table-top starter-garden is looking pretty good. At her house, she has started sunflowers, cantaloupe, green onions and heirloom tomatoes. She's running out of room in front of her only north-facing window to start many more seeds.
It's going to be a busy - and productive - spring and summer here on the farm, that's for sure!