|Seed seminar guide.|
On Sunday I ended up working to complete my fence that was started a few weeks ago. With the snow and cold weather, I've been inside all cooped up. It was super nice getting out in the 53 degree weather to do some manual labor. Here's the finished product:
|New picket garden fence|
|Sunny day in February! Working on my tables in the green house.|
|Ready for table tops. I'm using reclaimed fence wood.|
|Looking out from the green house.|
|Ahh. done, and it really looks good. Ready for rock in the floors.|
The next step is to begin to plan what I want to grow. There are tons of good veggies to eat, but not all will be a good idea to put in my garden. I learned about some basic things to consider at my seed seminar. And I picked up the latest version of Kansas Garden Guide, published by the Kansas State University Extension Office. It offers lots of good ideas for planting. I have to get the tiller services so I can get the ground turned over right away. I forgot to do it last year, as I was busy with my new baby! My next post will hopefully be about what I've chosen to grow. Maybe a layout of my garden. Cheers!