Silas and I planted our first garden seeds yesterday. Tomatoes and broccoli in little egg carton cups.
Today we’re putting in the peas and the carrots, which the packets say we need to get in “as soon as the soil can be worked.”
We have a little raised bed garden plot we started last year. The soil after three days of temperatures in the 60s is workable. So in they go.
The other more fragile seeds will go in at the end of may or early June, after frost danger’s past.
It’ll be good to be outdoors in the sun after a week of dealing with security updates.
I can almost taste the veggies already.