So, technically, today was the day that I had planned to plant my lettuce. In fact, there’s a rather large list of leafy green veggies that are cold tolerant and can be planted early in the spring – before the weather really has the chance to warm up too much. However, something tells me I’m just going to have to wait until the snow melts! I definitely can’t remember ever having this much snow so late in the season. Check out some of the “spring” scenes below!
It’s Time to Plant Lettuce, Technically.
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Darn weather! Who knows what will happen next? 🙂