This is why you should have a garden-for the kids. My kids grew up eating fresh veggies straight from the garden(muddy carrots, immature sweet peas, etc) and we never had eating issues with either of them. I cringe every time I see a relative or friend's kid refuse to eat veggies.Wow, nice work morticai!
You could interplant with fast growing spring things, bc it will take a while for the tater plants to fill out.
I have heard that when you cut potatoes in parts for planting, you need to let them dry out. Any truth to that?
Apricot is in full bloom, so it snowed this morning.
It's so mice to have a proper garden plot. My 16 month old is loving getting all muddy.
On top of not being picky eaters the dirt makes them smarter. If you can believe the study my oldest daughter read.