This space is still nominally a knitting blog. And I actually have some to show you. But I keep forgetting to take pictures. Why? Because it is spring! And spring is much more exciting than an olive green sweater that still isn’t finished.
I may be unreasonably excited about that big black cube. But it is going to turn my compost heap into a compost factory. And that’s exciting, in my world.
The peas, beets, radishes, and lettuce seedlings are up.
No parsnips though. Actually, that’s not true. There are 3 parsnips in the bed where I planted them last year.
I know the seeds need to be planted early, maybe I’m missing that window? Maybe I should plant parsnips in the fall and let them overwinter as seeds?
While weeding the bed that will hold broccoli and brussel sprouts (it’s next to the fence, the neighbors’ grass always tries to move in) I found strawberry seedlings! So now I have a strawberry basket. We’ll see if I can remember to water it all summer…
And I highly suggest artisanal ice cubes for your next project.
Violets and mint are both edible. I will have the prettiest lemonade this summer!