We didn't have much of a vegetable garden last year which felt weird. It was mostly because we took a long trip out west right at the time that a garden goes in and needs lots of attention.
It turned out to be a good year to sit out as it was a very rainy summer and most gardens didn't produce much at all.
But having that year off seems to have given us time to plan, think, sketch, research and let all of our ideas simmer.
Razor took time this past weekend to build seven gorgeous raised beds. We have already sown lettuce seeds into one. And come May, we will put out summer squash, cucumbers, orach (well, that will be before May), Candy Roaster squash, a variety of peppers, and carrots.
Tomatoes too. But they won't be in these raised beds. We also will be adding to our blueberry patch, starting a raspberry and blackberry patch and picking strawberries just as fast as they ripen.
Spring is on it's way. Finally.