We’re well into kidding season with seven does fresh and another ten or so to go. The weather has generally been cooperating this year. The snow is gone and the frost is out, well ahead of the past two years. We’ve had a good spell of sunny days but are now getting some much needed rain.
Thanks to the hard work of our Woofer Josie Boyle , we’ve planted peas and potatoes (garlic last fall), pruned the grapevines and raspberry canes, cleaned up and mulched the blueberries, shaped up some of our “Lasagna” beds, have our tomato and spinach seedlings up under lights, and cleaned out and planted a few herbs in the square foot beds. Now we are anxiously waiting for the asparagus and rhubarb to emerge. Meanwhile, our crocus will have to do.