Our first seeds have sprouted today- or rather, our seven day germination seeds are sprouting. We have a few perennial herbs that can take up to a month to pop out, but these little sprouts of green that have appeared so far have brought a nice sense of spring into our kitchen.

We're chomping at the bit these days- the bees will be poking out soon, and there are more coming in April to help grow our bee yard. The swarm traps are nearly completed, and I'm spending a lot of time on Youtube looking at best practices for catching swarms and then more videos on how to spilt hives when the time is right.

The kids are feeling a bit funky, either from the weather change or a mild virus. We;'re watching that closely as the last thing we want before spring finally breaks loose is a house filled with gardeners with no 'oomph.'

I'm hearing rumors of a large snowstorm predicted for the midwest this year- for those of you in its path, our thoughts are with you.

Jeez, it's time for winter to be over with...

From our Homestead to Yours, Cheers!

Starting Seeds Indoors


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