However the winter sown was a raging success! I started these in late March (Minnesota hardy flowers) and early April (veggies and herbs) because of our long winter.
Here are a few pictures of the Winter-sown seedlings pictured on May 25th before transplanting them to larger portable containers. I didn't want to plant them in the ground yet, as we were still having frost issues.
We expanded our garden beds this year, here is what it looked like last year, and sadly it did not grow much past this point:
Here is this year's garden, we added three more beds and created a rock path between we the beds over Memorial Day weekend, and began planting:
Here is the original bed with our new ones getting ready to dig up and re-place for squaring off for a shed later down the road.
I use newspaper instead of weed mat and have never been disappointed.
We bought chipped granite for the area between the beds for easy tending and love the way it looks.
Here are a few pics of the newly planted veggies and herbs.
And of course one with the new pup, Mollie
And my Mother in law stopped by with some raspberry plants <3 :="" again="" and="" font="" mollie="" photo-bombing="" so="" sweet="">3>
Roma tomatoes today!
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