I know I am not the only home gardener who struggles with this. Each year I find something new I want, but I have more seeds now than I know what to do with. I went through and organized all my seeds the other day, and was shocked at the varieties I have, and even multiple packets of the same seed.
While I attempt to organize this, I don’t do a very good job. I do separate the seeds generally by the type of plant they are, and then I put a rubber band around all those packets. That, in turn, is then thrown in a box which I keep in a refrigerator in the garage.
Sometimes I see other people with fantastic organization of their seeds, and I druel a bit, but I haven’t decided yet it is worth the effort to achieve what they have. As I was searching for a picture of what I am talking about, I became a little convicted, as it is not that hard to do. I just need to make the effort to get some photo albums. Yes, I am going to just give you a link to more information: How to Organize Seed Packets.
It’s Sunday morning as I am writing this post, and I still haven’t finished the winter sowing I have been mentioning here. I am going to try to get to this today, though we are expecting rain which might put a glitch in those plans. We’ll see.
Well, I am updating this very early on Monday morning. Winter sowing did not happen, though we had an interesting afternoon. Let’s see if this tells the story better than I can:
Evidently sometime over the winter we had a pipe to an outdoor faucet burst. Yesterday while that faucet was being used, one of our bedrooms ended up with water halfway out into the room. SIGH.
While I worked on this some, my two oldest boys did the bulk of the work, and I appreciate them for that. It is a basement level bedroom, so I don’t have to worry about floor damage, but the carpet may still have to be pulled up. We have a dehumidifier and fans running in there now, and the boys have used a wet-dry vac to clean all they can.
Where was I at? Winter sowing. Perhaps that will happen during the week. We’ll see.