Yesterday, we had a beautifully warm, sunny day here. It reached 67 degrees! A perfect day to plant some Tom Thumb peas along my front walkway (in the spaces where I’ve harvested lettuce). I also harvested some salad goodies and planted 288 seeds in flats for my grow room. Unfortunately, the warm weather will be very short-lived. A cold front is passing through today, and tonight’s low is supposed to be 28 (yeah, rain! Boo, frost!). But alas, such is winter in the Lowcountry. At least I can still garden! This week’s garden photos!
It’s definitely winter here on my homestead now. Well, sort of. We have bouts of cold weather, then a day or two during the week where the high reaches into the 60’s. However, I can say that most of the week is now in the 40s and 50s with lows in the 30s at night. That’s proper. I sowed my winter crops a week ago, but nothing has come up yet. (I’m expecting to see seedlings any day now.) However, I do have a few pictures for you because I set up my germination station this week. This week’s garden pics!