Well, Its that time of year. Goundhog day is behind and weve gotten into the first weekend of FEb.
I have, already
1. I planted onion seeds in a big peat flat. I let them grow as a mass of seedlings and they forms big mats of seedlings, to which I will severely prune almost to ground level at least twice.
In march, I will hold them under fast running water to loosen the roots and untangle them so I can create seedling clusters . I will store them for a few weeks and plant thhem by end of MArch the same time as I plant peas
2. I Planted aegeratum and parsley seeds in separate flats with peat compartments. parsley takes a while to germinate , aegeratum needs some time too
3. I ordered my tomatoes, eggplants, and hot pepper seeds. I will wait till early March to begin planting these so I can put em in the cold frame by April.
Thats about all the veggies I grow, except for yeller beans and gourds. EVerything else we buy fresh at the farmers markets
The earth may be asleep for the winter but its got an alarm set for an early spring