Petunia in the Onion Patch
Okay, it wasn't Petunia; it was me! Not lonely in the least!
Yesterday, I woke up to snow, then it was sunny, then it snowed again. Today. Blue Sky Day!!
First day to work in the garden. Cultivation chores in the little veggie garden were mostly completed last Fall so it didn't take too long to get some of the onion family in!
These Sterling Whites are saying, 'Hey, I've a feeling we're not in Texas any more!'
These are some lovely Picador shallots grown from David's seed, 2 years ago. They are saying, 'Hey, weren't we 2 beds farther north last year?!'
Back home, Goddess was cooling her heels. (Don't you love the names the seed companies come up with sometimes? I mean, for a red, bunching onion?) They are saying, 'Hey, get us back inside! What is it, all of 50F?! It's frreeezzzing out here and then you threw water on us!'
They'll have their turn, out in the open garden soon!