Kinda scary. Pretty exciting. We are ready to start planting!
I know that there are some skeptics out there that in our cold, windy Idaho weather we will have fresh veggies ready for you by the end of May. In a standard home garden, I don’t even recommend putting out starts until the end of May! But, we have some tricks up our sleeve…and a plan to them into action.
So, the first basket…our plan is to have GREENS, BABY CARROTS, BEETS, SPINACH, CHARD, CUCUMBERS and BABY ZUCCHINI! Sounds delicious. If you are one of the more adventurous cooks with a culinary basket…maybe some early eggplant, a variety of fresh herbs and some heirloom beets! Just a disclaimer: We are at the mercy of Mother Nature and she may always ruin our best laid plans.
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Keep checking back or follow us on Facebook to see the work we are doing in our gardens and what is starting to grow. I have already spent several afternoons in my garden cleaning up, searching for little green leaves, pruning and making a final plan where everything will go. Today, the garlic and rhubarb are both poking their first leaves through and the perennial herbs are starting to show some amazing color. The herbs already smell delicious while I am working among them to get rid of dead foliage and the first weeds.