Time’s wasting

Dear Readers,

Time is a wasting!  While my  garden buddies of the North are waiting to see if snow will blow through in the Northeast, I am rushing to the garden centers to find the choice vegetable plants .  IMG_6746The tomatoes and peppers are ready to be planted at the farm. Time to uncover the beds.  IMG_673 I can’t wait another minute, because my favorites are running out.  Leaving a lonesome, sleepy cat and empty pot holders!

I planted the new tomatoes, yellow pear from seed as well as Improved Whopper.  Found Husky Cherry Red at the nursery along with too many other goodies. IMG_0869 Dahlia tubers have arrived, and the azaleas are blooming all over Savannah.  IMG_0411I guess Spring is here!




About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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3 Responses to Time’s wasting

  1. Karen B. says:

    I’ve really been thinking I need to plant at least one tomato bush this spring. You’re lucky to have a shared farm plot. Do you plant lettuces too?
    Happy Friday.


  2. Is your farm a community garden plot? We have 6 weeks before we can put out any tomatoes. March and April here can be cold and unpredictable. Love that cat asleep in the pot holder. 🙂


  3. jody says:

    I’m already behind, forgetting to plant the peas on St Patricks Day. My wish for us will be splendid gardens this season! We’re expecting snow next week…


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