This is the first time I’ve tried starting seedlings indoors.  So far the zucchini and cucumber (the long, gangly plants) seem to be growing the fastest.  The basil is showing signs of survival (the two right front), and one of the four canteloupe seeds I planted seems to be doing well.  The beets (red-pink strands in the front) are really an experiment.  Last year’s beets didn’t produce outdoors, though we were able to eat the greens.  So far no success with the peppers–another experiment since I dried seeds from a green pepper I used about a month ago…

While I’m under no illusion that my two 3 x 8 raised gardens will produce enough veggies to live off of, I’m hoping for  a much better gardening year than last!  Maybe the we’ll actually have some sun this June?

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