Here it is, the garden, shivering in the wind and cold and cold and wind. Oh, and fog. And did I mention it's FREEZING?
So around the edges we have marigolds, which may or may not keep bad bugs at bay. At the far end are peppers, sweet and hot. In the middle third, some tomatoes. Beneath the chilled earth, we have seeds that could, with luck, turn into sweet corn, sunflowers, watermelons, cantaloupes, squash, pumpkins, radishes and nasturtiums.
Or one of these guys, already tunneling like mad, could decide it's all just one big appetizer. Ahhh, spring.