I had hoped we were out of danger now but watch this weekend, the temps are dipping again.
That said, I am transplanting and planting this weekend. We took a trailer of chips to Melissa last weekend, along with railroad ties to build her first outside garden. She's been container gardening in college but now she has a raised bed garden. Her creative juices are flowing.
After a round of auctioning yesterday and mowing the Bell Buckle property, we are working on our own yard this time. Debbi just finished mowing while I have been transplanting, grass trimming and I am about to dig some more pathways and fill them with wood chips.
The chocolate mint is a favorite of mine but it got so out of hand in the garden that I pulled it all up and plant just a few twigs near a stump a few years along. This year I have moved some of it to a place of honor next tot he kitchen, but in a container, not in the ground. :-)
Some walking onions were also relocated since they walked where they did not belong. I'll wait to transplant the tomatoes but I will just have to start a batch of edamame this weekend, and Barbara brought some Armenian Cucumber seed to the garden club meeting, so they will be planted too.
Last year she claims I blocked her front door with a batch of Armenian cukes last summer. But she saved seeds so they must have been good. Of course, I already know they were, but I had forgotten to save seeds.
More later, when I beat myself to exhaustion. :-)