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Monday, March 8, 2010

My backyard may look like this:

But inside, I'm thinking of this:

Seeds! Spring training!
Brewers baseball, beans, and basil.


Khrys said...

I have been really excited about the flowers starting to pop up from the ground! I can't wait to see if my transplants and new plantings took hold and how sucessful they are this year. I have also been doing some planning on my small vegetable garden! Which veggies to plant this year is the big question!

Daisy said...

Khrys: I recommend starting small, and I definitely recommend using the Square Foot Gardening philosophy of planting. Which veggies? Plant something you'll enjoy eating and cooking! My first garden veggies were tomatoes and pole beans.