All in all, I feel a lot better just having the stuff in the house. I need to round up all the old hurricane stuff and get it all together in a bin box so that I have one place to go for it. I also need to put together an emergency plan. I actually had a hurricane book in Florida that I'd put together for what to do if there was a hurricane and we could stay, and another plan for if there was a hurricane and we had to evacuate. Everything was together in a binder, and I should probably put together another plan for eventualities for this coast. Having a solid plan and knowing where everything is really does contribute a lot to your peace of mind.
But back to the fighting weather. Friday was a spring day, and it was high time to get some of my seedlings off the bench and into the garden, so yesterday I transplanted: Russian kale, Yugoslavian Red lettuce, Red Rubin romaine, Early Market Copenhagen cabbage, and arugula. I sowed Cherry Belle radishes, Stuttgarter onions, Maestro peas, and a few sprouting radish seeds for quick greens. I also sowed dill, Italian parsley, and cilantro in the herb bed.
Speaking of peas, guess what came up okay?
|Little pea soldiers, all in a row|