February = Spring, Part I

January has been a down time for us and February sees us back at the drawing board, checking out garden catalogs and plant sale dates, and sprucing up tools for a new season.

There may be frost on the chard leaves but inside are little pea plants sprouting in egg shells. This year I will try to do a 2-week pea planting succession so I can have peas all spring and summer, enough to share all up and down the block.

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We are two friends in Seattle, each armed with Master's degree in Landscape Architecture, years of farming and gardening experience, fine culinary tastes and creative streaks. Our designs, installations and maintenance programs reflect our dedication to good eating, beautiful living & play spaces, native plants, water-wise gardening and sustainable urban landscaping.

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