In Febuary I started all my veg seedlings in the house -6 kinds of tomatos, mustard, chard, spinach cucmbers, and 3 kinds of squaush, dug out and doubled the size of my garden, and put in a strawberry patch, a boysenberry patch and a pea crop. I planted all those seedlings out a few days ago, waited on the tomatos because of an upcoming cold spell
The next huge project I'm putting in a vineyard.Now I've got 40 grape seedlings starting on heat mats plus the 10 that already leafed.
These are seven different strains of Muscat grapes. Folks might remember these grapes from the store from when we were kids. They were great big round golden green grapes that smelled like flowers and tasted like honey. Then all the grapes had to be seedless because people became too lazy to spit out seeds. So now all the grapes at the store are seedless and basically all taste the same.
So I searched the internet for Muscat vines but there is only one company that sells them. It turns out that it is illegal to import grape vines into Oregon because of the hoity toity wine industry. But I found a guy in Oregon who raises 200 kinds of grapes in his dad's vineyard and he sells cuttings and mails them to you. bunchgrapes.com
Putting in a 50 plant vineyard is a pretty big project for a ole lady but I have Factor D (determination)