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Last week I travelled to Maine to visit with my family. My brother works for The Root Cellar, a neighborhood outreach in Portland, Me. He is planning a using gardens to help teach neighborhood kids about healthy eating, vegetables, and growing food. It was really fun dreaming and talking about his garden plans. I am looking forward to hearing about all that takes place this coming summer.
Two weeks have quickly past and the seedlings are growing well. I am surprised at how well some of the older seeds are growing. So far I am happy to see how they are all doing. Only one pepper variety has not come up yet, but peppers can take a little more time compared to tomatoes.
Coming home, from my trip to Maine, and seeing many of the plants coming up was very exciting.
When I put this set up together I was not sure if it would work. All the plants are doing well now so if I make any changes it will be next Spring.
With another foot of snow on the ground it is hard to believe that I will be working the ground again soon. Spring is in the air, though, with one sunny day like today the snow melts very quickly.