In our own home spring is making its appearance in the form of seedlings. Our small vegetable tray has become many vegetable and flower starter trays and all are starting to peek through the soil. It won't be long until we can transfer all this forethought into the garden. If you haven't started seeds of your own, it's not too late. A quick trip to your local garden center should provide enough variety to appease even the most discerning gardener. By growing your own seeds, instead of starting with plants, you'll save about 75% of the cost. Plus, you can harden off the seedlings yourself to ensure they are ready for your personal environment.
|our original seeds starting in Feb.|