Wednesday was shopping day. Here we are only days from spring and the "seasonal" section of the supermarket was all decked out for summer. Excuse me, but we still have an entire season to go before we get to summer.
But the one thing I was eager to investigate was the seed rack. For several years, I've been trying to find Kentucky blue (pole) beans. I've only been able to find Kentucky wonder, which were good, but not as good as the Kentucky Blue. Yup, the store had them, and I bought three packages.
I usually grow potatoes in a bin, but this year I think I'm going to put them back in the ground. Instead, I'm going to try to grow leeks in the bin. It's the same principal, you cover them up as they grow, so they'll grow taller. This should be fun.
But the most exciting thing is snow pea seeds. I've never grown them before, and they're a "cold" weather crop, so I can plant them in the next couple of weeks. (And hope the rabbits don't get them.)
Meanwhile, Sunday I'll be talking about some other plants. Stay tuned.
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