As I type this it’s about 33 degrees outside.
The lettuce seeds I planted in pots over a month ago look exactly the same as they did last week. Maybe even the week before that too. So I’ve decided to stop worrying about my yard and garden until after the holidays.
Poor Lucy. She’s worried Harold’s buns are going to freeze off and checks on him daily.
I’m worried that if I planted anything else outside right now it would just die a cold, horrible death. I miss my old greenhouse. I could always manage to grow something in there when the temperatures dipped.
Brussels Sprouts. They don’t mind the cold. In fact, I think they love it.
A walkway covered in cedar. Thank goodness the trees are done shedding for this year. I suppose if I really wanted to I could go out and sweep the blanket of crunchy redness up and toss it on the compost pile. But waiting until January sounds so much better. 😉
To everything there is a season.
Are you still gardening? Or have you called it quits for this year too?
This year’s garden is being sponsored by the awesome folks at Botanical Interests Seed Company. You can check out their website HERE, order their new 2015 Garden Seed Catalog, or see the seeds I’ll be growing in my garden this year HERE.
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