yesterday we planted our kale, spinach and pea seeds. we also transplanted about fifteen strawberry plants our neighbor was getting rid of. i've read it's best to transplant strawberries in the fall so they have time to set, but i'm hoping for the best with these babies.
our old strawberry plant has sent out a few runners, i was berry pleased to see...=)
and the echinacea is back with a vengeance - there's about six plants there!
little miss madj came out for more grass-munching.
her indoor wheatgrass is looking pretty good. the wheat berries were sprouted using the jar method. i waited 'til the roots were a little too long before spreading them on the soil, but i think they'll be okay.
if you juice wheatgrass, i'd love to hear what you use and your thoughts on it. i'm considering the healthy juicer - i like that it's hand-powered and inexpensive - but have read some poor reviews. i may just chew it like biggles!=)