|The shovel is on the other side of that drift :-), and it's still snowing.|
These kind of days are great for staying home and tackling projects. I used the day to plant seeds. Things that I would plant outside in about 10 -11 weeks or, in the case of the violas and pansies, things that I wanted blooming for early spring. So, besides the violas and pansies, purple wave petunias got planted, eight slips from my sweet potato plant that had roots, white petunias, and some purple millet.
Last year I planted my tomato plants too early. They were long and spindly by the time it was ready to plant outside. I had to dig a trench and bury them 3/4 of the way up the stems. It worked, but I made a mental note to not start them too early this year........now if I had greenhouse.... :-)