There is nothing quite so beautiful as spring in Adams County. Every year I think it can't get any better and it always does. Walking to the church this afternoon I was moved almost to tears by the beauty of our little community. Trees pushing blossoms, daffodils and tulips dancing in the breeze, grass greening, and oh yes, the weeds are growing.
After helping prepare for tomorrow's Food Pantry I worked on one of our raised beds and planted some mystery seeds. Well, not all were mysterious as I identified the dill, but the others could have been kale, chard or beets. All yummy. Hopefully in a few days we'll have a better idea. Whatever comes up will be fine as our pantry clients like greens!
Darv Gebhart is our seed and plant man. Sunday he brought us several flats of gorgeous continual cutting lettuce. All those plants are planted and growing. Tomorrow our food pantry volunteers will get to enjoy our first cutting of freshly harvested garden lettuce. Yum!