If you didn't have access to your garden site, would you start your peas and garlic inside? I am starting my seeds and my garden isn't located on my land but on a friend and a cousin's and neither one is tilling till the mid-end of May, which is my planting season. So start or just wait? Thanks!
I did plant the watermelon in the peat pots. I have also started my tomatoes, peppers, spinach, onions, leeks, and eggplant. I am going to direct sow my yellow zucchini, lettuce, beets, squash and was thinking I would do the peas direct plant as well. Oh and my garlic. I was told by an employee at our local garden store that many people around here grow garlic during the summer growing season, so I guess I will give it a try. If it doesn't work out, can I plant them in the fall and let them winter over? THanks for all your help ladies!!
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