By Mindy McIntosh-Shetter
Picture this situation.
The sun is out and the early summer breeze is blowing through your hair.
You are so proud of yourself.
This year you did not procrastinate when it came to buying your tomato plants.
But since you bought them early, you now have to care for them until your local frost-free date.
Well, the weather has warmed, the sun is out, there is no prediction of any cool weather and what would it hurt to get a jump on the gardening season.
So to the garden shed you go. You get out the wheelbarrow, shovel, garden rake, watering hose and any other garden tool you may need to plant your tomatoes.
You also get out your garden plan and measure off the placement of the plants. Once this done, you begin the process Read the rest of this entry »