We had another great weather weekend in the garden, and I spent a couple of days catching up on getting my Urban Nano Farm ready for spring.
After going through that recent cold snap, the glorious weather this past weekend has me wanting spring to get here as fast as possible.
The great winter storm of 2021 is finally over, and now we can finally get out into our gardens to survey the damage. And my
I have to admit that I can’t even remember the groundhog’s prediction when he was dragged out of his burrow in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, on Feb. 2. It seems we have experienced an entire year’s worth of weather conditions since that day.
You may have figured out by now that I am passionate about growing plants in containers. Everything in my coastal Mississippi landscape and garden grows in some form of container.
Mississippi gardeners are not going to enjoy an early spring because those prospects have already been dashed by the off and on cold weather.
For the last few weeks, I’ve been encouraging home gardeners to be intentional with their garden and landscape activities this year.
Garden and landscape planning for the 2021 season continues to move forward as we get closer to the day we can get back out into the garden full time.
I’m in my 2021 garden planning mode right now, and along with many other intentional gardeners, I have my mind on seeds.
Happy New Year!
Boy, oh boy, what a number COVID laid on us in 2020.