A Spring Day in January what a way to lift your spirit.Yesterday was an absolute gorgeous day here at Glenns Garden after a little early morning fog cleared out the sun was bright and the sky was clear and the temperature reached 60 degrees!
I am not an indoors sort of guy ever since I was a young boy I wanted to be outside enjoying the world around me. Probably another contributing factor to my career choice.
After having to endure gray rainy days over the past two weeks the energy yesterday brought was better than if I had ordered it up off a menu. The only down site is that it may be 2 months or more before we will see a day like that again.
It was a great day and while we are still in winter there is still much work to be done in the new backyard nursery area including more hardwood cuttings to be taken and stuck.I am also working on gathering the material needed for the new irrigation system, organizing the supply area, setting up my record keeping,handling the legal requirements for licensing and permits and probably 2 dozen other projects,
While it seems like a lot of work it it isn’t so bad if you break it down into manageable chunks.The main stress would be if you became overwhelmed, Take everything a little step at a time and you will be surprised how much you can get done and enjoying the time you are doing it.
If you are an avid gardener then I am sure you already know that while Spring looks like it is a long ways off, it is but time moves a lot quicker than you think so it it good to get ready early.
Make a plan and start working on it to save time write in pencil cause as you know plans can change and an eraser is always a good thing.Trust me you will be glad you did when that Spring Day arrives.