At least that's what I thought ... until now. Now that I have my very own sprouts that is.
I mean, come on, haven't you thought it too? I have to admit that all the posts displaying photo after photo of how this or that has sprouted and all that can be seen is dirt in pot after pot or row after row of tiny greenery unfurling-- it all looks the same right? A resounding NO!
NO, these are MY sprouts and I am quite proud of them so I find myself wanting to shout to passersby (if there were any passersby) "MY seeds are sprouting!"
On March 13 I sowed zucchini (above) seeds. Today, on March 19 I went to my garden early morning to water and lo and behold this is what I saw. 6 days... are you kidding me? My exuberance for all this seed sowing is growing by the day. I was elated at the sight.
At first I thought, uh-oh my new sprouts have come out with brown tips. sigh. Then I noticed it was the hull of the seed still stuck on the tender leaves. Is that cute or what?
Now I know I have a long way to go but I can tell this vegetable gardening is going to be more fun than I might ever have guessed!
Welcome to my Central Florida Garden Blog where we garden combining Florida natives, Florida-Friendly plants, and tropicals.