Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Wrensday: Looking Forward To Planting Time

I transplanted my veggie plants from seed starting trays into real pots last week.  I also moved them into the garage and under the grow lights. 

They are making good progress and should be ready to plant out in the garden as soon as warm weather decides to stay.  It is going to stay, isn't it?


  1. Kelly,

    I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your blog. With homeschooling and 5 kids, I have to be super organized, so reading your blog makes me feel like I've found a kindred spirit. :-)

    Also, I'm trying a new kind of eco-friendly, organic garden this year, with a lot of space maximization and cluster planting, so I'm looking forward to planting time too.

    And finally, I'm praying for you and for great success on April 12th!!

    Ginger Burcker

  2. I certainly hope it will stay warm, the warm weather has to get here eventually!!

    I wonder if I will remember to go back and look at this post when I am trudging thru 90 degree heat all summer! ;)

    Sheri O.

  3. Should I be starting seeds like that instead of waiting and planting them when it's warm? I know nothing LOL

    My mom and I did find some pre-made raised beds that are 4'X4' for a decent price, so we're going with those to save us the headache of trying to figure it out on our own (we are sooo not good with tools and building things LOL) - I'm excited!

  4. Hi Alexia,
    I like to grow heirloom vegetables, which you can't generally find at garden centers. When I first started gardening, I bought starter plants to plant in the garden. It was much simpler.


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