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MARCH 2017
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Lark
Wisconsin zone 4/5
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March 21, 2017 - 6:27 pm

All our snow is melted.  I have planted a small variety of greens in the hoop house in containers. Harvesting dandelion greens and tatsoi which overwintered.  Using the PAPER TOWEL METHOD of SEED GERMINATION to get my veggies started.  Works like a charm for me. Save time & seeds.  This year I started a month later than last year.  Plants were way too big last year, when I was still carrying them in and out of the house daily.

Robins are singing and the Sand Hill Cranes are noisy (in a good way).  Green is now popping up in all gardens.  Spring has sprung, but Father Winter is hiding in the shadows.  We gardeners in Wisconsin surely know that a snow storm can come and go fast. 

Today I sat outside, shoes off and bare feet on the grass and sun on my face.  I was doing 'grounding' or sometimes called 'earthing'.  Yup...I  bet some of you will be Goggling those terms. LaughSome might be thinking ConfusedLark's an old hippie.  Life's simple pleasures yoga on the deck, on with nature.

Namaste my friends.

Dousman, Wisconsin, zone 5

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