Looking Ahead to Spring

Snowbells bloom on January 15, 2010.

Snowbells bloom on January 15, 2010.

The snowbells have already started to bloom and we are already getting inquiries from eager gardeners. So, I guess it’s time to shake off the winter stupor and get ready for spring.

If your mind has already turned to the garden, check out our gardening resources page while you wait for the seasons to catch up.

Also, I just happened to hear the Governer say this in his State of the State address:

“…every Missouri family should be able to share the bounty of the land, including fresh, healthy produce. That’s why my budget will help promote local farmers markets, and encourage more folks to start community gardens in their neighborhoods.”

Way to go, Jay!

Garlic Greens

9th_0622Is the garlic you planted last fall showing springy green shoots? This photo was taken a couple of years ago in late February at the Ninth St. garden, so you can see how it might look at this point in late winter. Our winter has been cold, but fall-planted garlic should have survived.