- attending the Flower and Patio Show at the Fairgrounds (getting ideas!)
- designing a wooden container for my raised vegetable garden (S is the architect, contractor, and builder)
- purchasing organic seeds (leeks, red and yellow peppers, tomatoes, two kinds of lettuce, wheatgrass, fennel, and whole bunch of others)
- setting up AeroGarden #1 with the herb package . . . we now have tiny dill, chives, thyme, parsley, mint, and two kinds of basil coming up . . . the chives are already a couple of inches tall after just two weeks. It was so easy and successful (so far) that we ordered a second AeroGarden which just arrived yesterday . . . I'll plant the salad greens pack in #2 this weekend.
- sowing more seeds indoors . . . and seeing little sprouts within two days
- making a lot of notes so things will be a little easier next time!
Here in Indiana, our last frost date is sometime in mid-May, and we're not really supposed to plant anything outdoors until then. But it takes 6-9 weeks for the seeds to sprout into seedlings that can be planted in the outdoor garden.
I have a feeling that I'll be blogging about this quite a bit in the weeks and months to come. Will try to get some photos of the AeroGarden - it's so cool!