Julie, from the very lovely Frog Pond Farm tells us April is Garden Share Collective Month. Here we are one week into the month, and I feel I’d be remiss if I didn’t share my garden, poor thing.
This is what happened here yesterday…… yup, another 15 cm of snow to add to the 350 cm or so that we have had since early February.
And this is the kitchen garden this morning. Under the snow are the raised beds. I guess I can forget getting into the shed for a little while yet.
And my poor chickens are desperate for a patch of bare soil, bless them.
It’s a very sad story, I know. But it is not all doom and gloom – not at all. Gardening is for optimists, even at the best of times. All this snow pretty much guarantees us of a full and healthy water table this summer. That’s very good news. And, hurrah!! The maple sap has started to run…. albeit, about three weeks behind schedule.
And under the grow lights, the tomato, pepper and onion sprouts are encouraging me everyday. Since I can’t access the my pots, which are in the garden shed, I’ve been using yogurt containers, egg cartons and other recycled items to start the seeds. So far, so good.
Tomorrow we are going shopping for some vineyard trellising posts!!! Thats the sign of an optimist! 🙂
Wishing you all, Happy Gardening, where ever your garden is.