So, it's nearly that time! Once the challenge is over, I will once again start documenting my garden. This afternoon, the boys and I finished pulling up all the late fall growth that I let go last year and suddenly came to life in the last 2 weeks and because really beastly! Next step is to get some compost down in the beds and get it all soil turned up and loose. We're actually going to try to do everything from seed this year! In the past, I've tried to create a whole learning experience with starting seeds in cups inside, waiting till they were big enough, moving them outside for a bit before putting them in the ground, but they never make the transition and I end up at the store buying plants to start with. Last year we did some things from seeds and didn't too mad, so I think we'll just give it all a try this year........except tomatoes.....my dad always says not to try to start tomatoes from seed.....if I wanted to do that I would have had to have started them a while ago too get hem where they need to be at this time of April in order to get fruit off of them for the summer. I definitely won't be doing the topsy turvy thing this year. Tried it, failed. I really don't have a place to hang it anyway. So, what are you growing this year? Anything different? Any tried and true tricks you can share?