First Day of Spring Planting
Up on the deck: Seven padrons, three shishitos, three tomatoes, Italian basil and some tomato transplants that volunteered in the padron pots. Down below we put in bush beans, thyme and more padron peppers. It might be early for those beans, usually the first planting all dies, but if we get some heat they'll do well. The padrons look a little spindly too, but at least they weren't rootbound. We'll see. This year I'll save padron seeds from a few peppers we allow to get red and ripe, only I won't plant them too soon like I did in November. Keep 'em in the fridge until January.