2010 garden season officially over!

marthacr(z5 Me)December 11, 2010

We had 5 inches of snow this week. No more (in ground) gardening for me. I just need to mulch my rose bushes now that the ground has frozen. In a few more weeks, I'll begin wintersowing in milk jugs. Once I get all set for Yule/Christmas, I can start reviewing what seeds I need and can swap, and making some plans for next year. I already know what practices I'll try to improve on next year. In January, I'll send some soil for testing (only $10 in Jan!) What is anyone else up to?

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