Originally Posted by herfrds
I'm so jealous!!!!
Looking at all of these great gardens getting going and I check my weather and it is suppose to freeze again this week.
Bell pepper plants have been transplanted into bigger pots and are taking off. Need to transplant the tomatoes today. They are sure loving my little green house I have by the patio door.
Not to fret. You can plant some of the early stuff under plastic. I have one bed planted with Parsnip, carrot, shallot, onions, and lettuce. Also have some spinach and sugar snaps planted. An other bed worked up and ready to plant. Hoping to get some beets, cabbage, chard, more onions planted. We had spinach salad last weekend from a few surviving plants in my greenhouse. Last night, I made quiche using the rest of that spinach. Most folks in this area don't plant anything until Memorial day. If the soil can be worked, it can be planted. With BTE or deep mulch, my soil is frost free, loose and friable in early April. My neighbors can't till till end of May. IMO, tilling produces more problems in the garden than it solves, and it's actually harder work!