thinned judiciously last year have started growing and they have lots
of room to spread their runners. I have planted red, yellow and
white potatoes and while I can't see anything yet, I am sure there is lots
of bustling activity going underneath the soil. The first round
of radishes and peas I planted are starting to sprout.
like chives and are already adding a delicate garlicky aroma to our
dinner plates. The asparagus I just planted a week ago is
(hopefully) preparing to sprout and best of all, tiny leaves from the rhubarb
and horseradish I got last fall from my grandmother's patch have finally
appeared. If I can make just one strawberry rhubarb pie this year with
fresh fruit from my own garden I will be ecstatic.
They are coming along nicely and will be ready to transplant out side if
this weather ever stay warm enough to keep that plant killing frost
So much new life. So much renewal. So much to do.