Tonight we planted our garden. Every year it’s an exciting day: The possibilities are endless and there are no failed plants at this point. Everything is cute and small, and the yield and hopes are great.
We like to try some standbys and some new things. This year we are trying broccoli for the first time, wish us luck. (Disclosure: The last minute thing we try usually doesn’t do great.) Now in our third year, Aaron and I tried to plan for how big things get, how much sun they get and how much space they need. Each year we learn a little more and take that into consideration.
This year, we went to the University of Minnesota Master Gardener sale, where they sell what they have grown, which often means unique or heirloom varieties of food. The garden has:
- Sugarsnax carrots
- Rosemary (in a pot)
- Apple mint (in a pot)
- Packman broccoli
- Chocolate beauty
- Martino’s roma
- Lemon boy
- Tumbling Tom (in a hanging pot)
- Chives (already had)
For reference, read my post of what I planted in 2016.
What will you be growing this year? What is your favorite thing about gardening?