Oh dear. That's a daunting task. It's hard to believe that it looked like this just a few short months ago....
There were still a few tomatoes hanging on for dear life. I hadn't watered those plants for at least 2 months....amazing!
The winter was so mild here that the Rosemary survived.
The Basil, on the other hand, did not. No surprise there.
Okay, so I didn't clean the whole sunroom....just made enough space to get the February seeds started. Tomatoes, Celery, Leeks, Cilantro, and Green (Bunching) Onions.
Next, I bleached all the trays, lids, and pots.
Ahhhh.....nothing says, "Spring is here and full of so many possibilities", like a fresh box of popsicle stitcks!
Almost all of the Tomatoes I am starting are for Penny out at Garden Ventures. You can be looking for those to hit the shelves in May or June.
This year I'm starting something new that I read about in one of Elliot Coleman's books. I'm growing Bunching Onions....their called "Green Onions" in the grocery store.
He plants the seeds 10 to a soil block.
Looks crowded, doesn't it?
They grow in a bunch, you transplant them out in a bunch, harvest them in a bunch, rinse them in a bunch, and then sell them in a bunch!
I'll let you know if it works.
That's all for now....the rest of the seeds will get planting in March.