I'm placing my Park Seed order tonight. The garden is waiting another day or to two to dry out before tilling, then I hope to get some early plants out there in late April/early May. Still a slight chance of frost here, but crossing my fingers that we won't get anything too harsh once I've started.
Last week when DH heard the neighbors tiller running, he said "We gotta get started, I want tomatoes before Fred this year!" Fred is the neighbor!
DH never had the slightest interest gardening, but once I started the garden it didn't take him long to get in the competitive spirit once he realized how crazed most gardeners are and how much he enjoys the fresh harvest during the summer!
The Rhubarb is over a foot tall and if we don't get a freeze, we'll be enjoying it next month. In the garden we will have sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, green beans, peas, winter squash (butternut, acorn, spaghetti), radishes and onions.
Karma, you usually get a jump on us, how's yours coming along? And thanks for the Parks tip last year. I loved all the seed I got from them and am ordering again.