By Charlene Smith
Pine Bluffs Post staff 

Plant in March, taste in June


There is a poem that has different translations and dialects about March. The poem from England goes, “March comes in with adders’ heads and goes out with peacocks’ tails.”

I don’t know how many snakes we will see tomorrow, or even peacocks towards the end, but you can plant a few seeds of summer that will keep the snakes away and bloom like a peacocks tail.

Starting seedlings inside really helps spring bounce our way quicker. Starting your own seeds will also save a little “dough” to go with the vegetables you’ll grow. Even if you are ill-equipped for an indoor greenhouse,...

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