Today I ran to the library and the post office and the local thrift shop, the grocery store, and finally stopped by a friend's house on the way to my son's parent teacher conference. There, my friend advised me, I was wearing two different shoes. Oh yes, I had gone to at least six places with my two (not at all similar) shoes. How could I have missed that one? I figure some days are just too busy for our brains to function at full capacity. Clearly I was not at my prime.
Despite my shoe disaster I did manage to transplant some seed starts to their larger 3" pots and begin another flat of seeds. When your seed starts get a little leggy it's so important to give them more space to grow. My goal this season is to transplant each start at least twice before hardening them off outside. I've started early enough I hope.
So far I've started five types of pole beans, two types of peas, broccoli, five herbs, two kinds of squash, six types of tomatoes and some cucumbers. Melons and flowers will be started next week. I had saved a lot of the six packs (containers) from plants last year which gives me some free containers to use during this planting season. This year I have a plan to save all of our butter tubs, cottage cheese containers and the like. They are perfect for transplanting. What is new in your garden?