Yesterday was a sunny, springlike day after a day of getting three inches of wet wet snow. Thankfully it all melted, so we were back to stuffing the ground with as much as we could. We planted another row of sugar snap peas (we had planted some three weeks ago that are just germinating now, these extras were the insurance policy against the first wave rotting in the ground), some lettuce, radishes, turnips, an entire bed of carrots and another bed of onion starts. That basically fills out our available space, but I'm sure we'll be adding things here or there. The point is, once it is warm enough, there is no excuse for not having every bit of ground filled at all times with SOMETHING. You pull a crop that has bolted, you immediately amend with fertilizer/compost and resow. If you wait, a week goes by while you forget about it, and gardening is all about seizing the moment and not letting a day go by that could be working for you. So not that it's warm enough for everything except the frost sensitive stuff, we just go go go.
If you have seeds and ground to stick them in, get on it.
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