Goodnight, Garden

It’s that time of year when I have to tuck in my garden with plastic, order my seed catalogs, and try to hang onto my sanity until January, when I can plant some onions.  Okay, so it’s only about 8 weeks, but even so, I don’t like being cooped up indoors and I don’t like cold weather!

Goodnight, garden. Can’t wait until spring!

goodnight

3 Comments on “Goodnight, Garden

    • Lol, I know! Isn’t that a shame? And actually, I can start replanting in January, though Jan/Feb are our coldest months. I’m spoiled and I know it. I can’t imagine having a longer winter. I’d have to live in a conservatory!!!

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