So we risked the weather and planted the first round of snow peas on January 29th. It was a warm day (and since we all know that spring has already arrived....see post below) we chose to throw in some seed. Then we had a random "spring" ice storm, some "spring" days that failed to get above freezing, and now are scheduled for another random "spring" snowstorm tomorrow. Through all of this "spring" turmoil the pea seed remains viable. I walked out to the gardens yesterday to do the daily check and dug up one of the planted seeds to see what was going on below the soil........and sure enough a radicle (the makings of a root) were probing their new home. Hopefully the greenery will be right on their heels after we thaw out from this random "spring" snow storm we will be getting as of tomorrow morning.......surely it will be the last!!
Dylan and Harmony, whichever of us have the time to sit down and write for a few minutes. : )