Since getting my new job at Anderson's Seed and Garden I have been so excited to start a garden. Living in an apartment usually means no planting space and no home grown produce. Luckily Kylee and I have a fun little strip of dirt in front of our door. With a plot that's four feet by 8 feet we may not get a smorgasbord of vegetables this summer but I'm still going to see how much greenery we can get out of it.
Yesterday i spent a few moments replacing logs and dirt into a nice looking arrangement for our garden. I even got to use our fun little shovel and cultivators to turn over the dirt. cute in'it?
(the little plants there are some Habanero seeds i pulled out of some peppers i got from Grandpa Wood)
Today it rained, quiet a bit. so there was no point trying to play in the mud. Instead I went to work (as a customer) and got the smallest amount of all the seeds we wanted to try this year. The coolest things that we are trying are a mix of multi-colored carrots and corn engineered here in our very own USU. Next time it's dry outside I'll be putting out some fertilizer and sowing the selection of seeds. Woohoo!
Jacob, the garden-guru's apprentice