Griggly Update

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March 27, 2013 by Kriscinda Lee Everitt

Just some pics to show that everything is still alive and nothing has died!

The greenhouse is always somewhere between 80 and 90 degrees. Nice when there's snow just outside...

The greenhouse is always somewhere between 80 and 90 degrees. Nice when there’s snow just outside…

Everyone's looking good so far!

Everyone’s looking good so far!

The Moon & Stars Melons are getting a little twisty and vine-y.

The Moon & Stars Melons are getting a little twisty and vine-y.

Cumin is getting all wispy.

Cumin is getting all wispy.

And the sage is looking a little chunky.

And the sage is looking a little chunky.

Huzzah!

Huzzah!

I put in the seeds for the catnip and basil on the 23rd; I’ll start the eggplant on April 1st, the thyme on the 14th, and I’ll start pre-sprouting the toadskin melons on the 22nd. By then, the garden beds should be ready and I’ll start the various direct seedings on May 1st (weather permitting and all).

Enjoy Cloud Rat‘s “Stench of Sage.”

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One thought on “Griggly Update

  1. Linne says:

    So exciting! I’m so lucky; living vicariously on the ‘net, I am enjoying simultaneously the harvest and food preservation adventures of my friends in Aus, Tas and NZ, AND the spring-anticipating sprouting, springing and steaming adventures of my friends here in the northern part of the sphere . . . and me in an apartment/condo with just a few houseplants . . . Thanks for the photos, Kriscinda; they inspire me with hope, nostalgia and, of course, a host of thoughts. ~ Linne

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