Onion Sets

>> Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Hey all,, got some spanish and some vidalia onion sets in the ground today. Will do some spinach and swiss chard tomorrow. Essentially these can be put in the ground as soon as the soil can be worked. (as well as many others). I have ordered heirloom seeds but, they have not arrived yet, hopefully they come soon. Some of them I fear may have to wait until this fall or maybe even next spring. My 4 weeks before last frost window is coming SOON! The maple sap has been running good with the cold weather, but is about over, and the leeks (wild onions) are awesome and growing great, again with the cold, wet weather. I'm hoping to find some garlic to put in the ground before the weekend. Hopefully my search locally will be rewarding. Still working on a plan for a chicken coop but, really busy with the garden right at this moment. OK everyone get your onions in the ground as soon as you can work the soil!!;;;Peace and Prosperity,,,Rich

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