She doesn’t understand why we can’t go outside.
Despite persistently cold gray weather, it IS spring, and therefore time for planting! From left to right: mint (from last year), mint (new), raspberry canes (two varieties, to go in the ground tomorrow), cherry tomatoes.
More strawberries (Quinault on the left, Sequoia on the right). You can see I started to run out of proper pots (see the saucepan, second from right), but I’ll need to repot all the strawberries soon anyway into a 5- (minimum) or 10- (acceptable) or 15- (best) gallon bucket, according to my mother the gardener, so it’s back out again tomorrow. I hope it is sunnier!
What I’m reading: Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald by Therese Anne Fowler; Far From the Tree by Andrew Solomon; The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, read by Jim Dale