So, after buying all my seeds, setting up the seeding pots, organizing all the areas to be planted, taking stock of my garden from last year, and getting everything wetted down for proper planting I’ve done exactly 1 (one) freestyle pot for indoor/outdoor gardening.
Yeah, my motivation is astounding. My one bit of gardening this year is a strawberry pot planted with strawberry roots and seeds for chives and a purple basil. Hopefully most of it will take and I’ll be able to cull into some other planters. Until I get some seedlings in my garage I’ll hold off on getting soil (SAM’s looks like the way to go this year). I’ll also need to buy a new water hose (cheap this time since taking care of the more expensive one didn’t work) and maybe a new hose head if one of the two not in use doesn’t work. I need to see if some of the seedlings can take advantage of my one shallow planter that I still have and then hopefully I’ll have some fruit vines that lived from last year and I’ll repurpose one of my square planters (stupid "cold weather hardy heather" dying) into a fruiting planter for a vine and a couple of struggling bushes.
It keeps freezing over so I can’t transplant or thin out my over-wintered carrots and celery. I’ll be adding potatoes, rhubarb, and asparagus to my multi-year plantings.
There’s alot to do once it gets warm enough to do it and plenty to do now so I’m ready when it does.