So I like to put my seeds into the ground in sets: one for the seeds that can handle a bit of a frost, another for the seeds that have long growing seasons but really don’t care for frost and a final one for things that are quick (read: herbs). First round: radishes, carrots and peas. Fingers crossed on the carrots! Peas produce large harvests in my garden, radishes are supposed to be super easy but carrots need some loving in the constant moisture department. Its one of my new factoids for the garden this summer since they didn’t even poke out of the ground for me last year!
- 17 easy-to-start seeds for beginner gardeners (mnn.com)
- Have I Mentioned that I Can’t Wait to Start My Garden? (frommichigantomontana.com)
- Spring seed sowing (helvetiahandmade.wordpress.com)