My peas have been really loving the weather we have been having. It’s been a little cooler this past week, perfect weather for the sugar snap peas and bush peas. They are growing really nicely.
I can’t wait until we have fresh peas straight from the garden. I can almost taste them now. What do you have growing in your garden now?
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From this week’s Tuesday Garden Party Host, Michelle from SimplifyLiveLove.
I headed down to Central Missouri this week to visit with my parents and my 91 year old grandfather who is not doing that well. I always love the drive down south as the seasons change – because I get to witness the changes from my car. Spring in Missouri is quite a bit ahead of my home in Iowa, which makes me hopeful for its march north.
I also always like to come to Missouri to see what my dad’s up to in his garden. He has taught me a lot about gardening and is always helpful to lend a supportive voice when I call screaming about the latest nasty bug I found in my plants. His 7000 + square foot garden produces a good portion of the food he and my mom eat, and he donates a lot of the surplus too. He’s already planted all of his potatoes and onions, as well as greens, kohlrabi, and chard. Spring is coming to all of us – this trip south has given me renewed hope.
As always, I am happy to see what you all are up to in your gardening efforts. I’ve picked a few posts this week that I really enjoyed!
I love this Tree Limb Trellis shared by Moms’s Sunday Cafe.
These gorgeous pictures of the snowy March foliage and animals shared by A Guide to Northeastern Gardeners are simply stunning!
This Planning the Garden post by View From In Here is fun to read. I love seeing other people’s plans.
How to Grow Asparagus by Return to Simplicity – because YUM! I can’t wait for asparagus.
Finally, here’s a fun DIY Garden Planter from Garden Up Green! Easy and cute.
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