Seedlings are near ready . . . is Spring?



We are excited to grow our Organic Chef Gardens.  It appears that we will not bypass Mud Season as we did last year when Vermont ushered in an unexpected heat wave in March, giving a blast of 80 degree heat to the soil creating dry warm beds for the seedlings.

Thinking this year we will have wet chilly soil beds after todays hail, ice and snow squalls.  Nevertheless still excited about planting our Organic Chef Gardens.  Peaches show no early sign of blossoms like last season due to the heat wave, but we still have through May to escape the danger of frost.

This year peaches might make a tasty FuzzyPeachGelato with BourbonPecans Brittle.  We are up to 4 peach trees this year, hoping that each will bear fruit.  These trees sprang forth after Harry plunked the stones into the ground years ago . . .  with the champion of trees bearing over 65 pounds of peaches. Juicy Delicious Peaches.