Bare dirt and all! The rhubarb plants are coming up nicely and the Brentster has just tilled up another part of the garden to make it that much bigger. I see the grass clots that I still had to take care of.
Here's a little later in the season.
I see a red tomato peeking out at me, and I can't even begin to imagine what my husband was contemplating out there the in pasture.
I found this garden layout the other day while perusing the Internet. I want this garden. It's neat rows are calling out to me.
I'm in garden envy!
In just a couple of weeks, I will start some seeds under the light in my basement, so they grow big enough to put in the cold frame my wonderful husband built me last summer.
I can't stand the waiting. Literally. I'm not a patient person. Ask my mother. Winter is over for me, unless it provides me with a snow day from school.
I'm tired of having recess duty 3 times a day outside, and having to "put on all my gear" to do just that.
Spring, disregard what that crazy groundhog saw, and just get on with it!