Hibernation over

It’s spring. Time to wake up the blog again. I need to shake the dust off.

I’ve been outside adding compost to the asparagus and cutting down last year’s dead ferns.  I’m replacing rotten garden bed frames with new wood and removing one completely to make room for a shed.  The seeds for new herbs and tomatoes have been growing under lights for a few weeks and I received an order of Gooseberry bushes from eBay.  Most of my arborvitae died after their second year of drought, so those will have to get cut down and hauled away.  $$$$$ Oh well.

I’m looking forward to post again this spring, summer and fall.  Thanks for reading!


9 responses to this post.

  1. Welcome back Jimmy, good to have you back. Hope your garden is bountiful and abundant!


  2. Hello Jimmy, nice to have you back 🙂


  3. Posted by Leslie@vigorfamily.com on March 28, 2013 at 12:50 pm



  4. My tomato starts are looking good. Can’t wait to see how your tomatoes do here in the Pacific Northwest. Glad to see you’re back!


  5. Posted by thebeadden on March 30, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    Welcome back! Hope we are all in for a good season.


  6. Glad to see you back! I have six Cabin tomatoes sprouted. In a few weeks I should be transplanting them in the ground and giving some of the seedlings away :).


  7. I’ve been wondering how the winter’s been treating you! I, too, have a ton of cabin tomato starts – way too many, to be honest, so I may gift a few to a friend. Hey, she can test out how they do on a sunny apartment porch in containers!


  8. Happy Spring and Welcome Back! Looking forward to reading your gardening progress in the months ahead!


  9. Ours died too and B will be getting them down soon. We’ll have to borrow a chain saw. We can just put them on the street for pick up. :/


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