Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Wait, that's not a current garden, is it? Surely it has been too cold and wet for a garden.
Dreams...just dreams as I look through the seed catalogues.
Oh yes, the January/February ritual! Look it's snowing, time to get out the seed catalogs and start planning!
Isn't it fun to consider possibilities? Love seeing your actual crops compared to the seeds!
Beats feeling seedy.
Vicki, have any of your garden dreams and catalogue studying given you any inspiration to add some newcomers to your veg planting this spring?I admit to having also been looking at seed catalogues, without having much hope of any gardening this spring. As Beckett wrote, No Matter.xo
Frances, I am tempted by something called Sculpit, "Widely used in Italy, but not anywhere else. An aromatic to flavor salads, egg dishes, risotto. Flavor is a combination of arugula, tarragon, chicory and other herbs. Easy to grow annual." I mean, why not?
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