Mary Mary, quite contrary
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells and cockle shells
And so my garden grows.
I don’t know about silver bells and cockle shells, but my sugar snap peas are going to town. I have already had to transplant them one time, and I’m so ready to get my garden planted outside.
I have been tending to and coaxing my garden since I sowed the seeds. Moving each box of plants from window to window, putting them outside during the warmer days, then in at night, to get the most sun possible until the weather warms up enough to plant in the ground.
These little guys have become my friends.
I’ve been talking to my cucumbers, misting my green beans, and those sugar snap peas have done just fine on their own. My herbs and lettuces are looking mighty healthy.
By the looks of our forecast, I’m thinking I’m safe to start planting this weekend. But just in case, I’ll have the burlap at the ready to cover each bed on an unwelcomed chilly evening.