Early Spring Garden

Bright colors and cool, rainy temps look and feel like early Spring! Some shots from Dra’Faven:

hyacinths, weeping cherry and forsythia precede chive and daffodil blooms
hellebores and holly
dianthus and vinca
seeds sprouting indoors and outside …
Garden Tower planted on one side with cool weather greens
The spinach has doubled in size since Sunday!

It felt so good to get my hands in the dirt again. I started a bunch of seeds at the New Moon and then couldn’t resist filling 1/4 of the Garden Tower with lettuce and spinach starts. I also direct seeded gourmet lettuce and carrots in the top of the Garden Tower, as well as in the front yard beds, among hyacinths, green onions and chives.

I have yet to harvest, but gardening season has officially begun! How are things growing in your corner of the world?

4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by eat2evolve on April 16, 2021 at 8:58 am

    Beautiful photos, Laura. Your garden is looking so bright, joyful & healthy! Thank you for sharing xx

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  2. Posted by Amanda on April 16, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    I have just bought a vegepod as I live in an apartment, I missed my garden.
    The carrots and rocket have sprouted in less than a week.
    Enjoying getting my hands dirty again.
    Your Garden brings joy to me just looking at the photos so you must love being amongst it.
    Live your posts they are so inspiring as was the reading you did for me last year… will be in contact closer to my birthday for next chapter. There really is something to the north node.
    Cheers from Sydney Australia

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