Soggy, Wet Days are Good for Something!

The days have once again become cold and wet. The beautiful spring like days we had in early March have been replaced (temporarily) with winter like cold and drizzle - ugh. It's definitely disappointing for the gardener but spring is right around the corner. I can't wait to see the sun but the wet and soggy days are ideal for one thing - planting seeds of cool weather vegetables! I planted several cool season vegetables yesterday that hopefully we'll be enjoying this spring on our dinner plates.

Cool Season Vegetables I Planted this Weekend:

My lettuce and spinach are already started in the circular raised bed.

While outdoors I scatter sowed some California poppies and Columbine. We'll see what happens!