joining you all. last year i had a nice little plot of veggies and a HUGE area for herbs and flowers.
www.flickr.com/photos/mayamade are here. it feels here like spring might never come. zone 4 after all. i am so looking forward to digging in the earth.
For those looking for Canadian seed companies, the Harrowsmith almanac prints a huge list every year. I don't know if copies are still available at this time of year, but it's something to keep an eye out for next fall. I've found so many great companies through the almanac, it's hard to choose only a few to order from. Another idea is to join Seeds of Diversity Canada- a truly wonderful organization devoted to the preservation of heritage and open pollinated seed. They print an annual seed exchange catalogue for memebers only.
Not much going on in zone 2b over here... I started some leek seeds, and we were given some burr oak acorns (is that what they're called?) so we're starting a bunch to plant around the acreage this spring.