A new house is being built at the other ends of the lake, so our little lake is changing once again.
Still winter - so I'm officially in my cooking mode. Since I view a lot of recipes, Facebook shows many in my feed, and I experiment a lot. This potato pancake recipe has become Ron's favorite breakfast. When done, they are crispy brown!
I was a bit dismayed when I opened the seed package and found this tiny zip lock bag with what looked like dust inside.
The instructions said be sure soil is warm, so I dug an old heating pad out of the closet and I think I planted the seeds. Hard to tell as they are almost microscopic and I wasn't sure I even had seeds in the pots. After 10 days, I spotted a bit of green! YAY
If you look very closely, you can see tiny leaves - (may be chickweed?) but I'm cautiously optimistic that I actually have petunias. They look extremely fragile, and have been this exact same size for about a week. We'll see - but I'm glad I planted early if they grow this slow. They should be ready for my dreamed of hanging baskets by about May (if they're actually petunias).