Suffice it to say that I did look awhile ago but then forgot about it. And given that it looks like average last freeze date for Williamson County is early to mid-March (although who knows with this year’s cold spell), any seeds I use this Spring will have to go directly into the ground. I should have been more on the ball and at least planted a few tomato seeds in early February, so they’d be ready to transplant in mid-March.
I didn’t though, so I guess I’ll have to rely totally on plants from a local garden store. Yes, I would have bought a few plants to transplant anyway, but it would have been nice to grow at least a couple from seed.
This weekend, I really have to concentrate on getting my shrubs and trees planted and figure out what size container beds I want to put in my backyard. By the time I buy them, get them installed and get enough soil for them, it will be time for plants to go in the ground.
Green thumb, don’t fail me now!