Even areas that have good drainage are pooling in water today, as heavy as the rains have been. It is supposed to not rain for a couple days, so I'm hoping they will dry off enough that maybe there will be some hope of salvaging something. Right now, I'm afraid if the seeds had started sprouting, they've been drowned. If they haven't drowned, they probably got washed away. About the only thing that shows any signs of hope is the bed I planted on St. Patrick's Day, which has several onions sprouting and either has some weeds growing in one little area, or I discovered where the carrot seeds washed to (or I spilled some seeds there. That's a possibility, too).
|My house lettuce--under constant threat of my house rabbit (my 6 year old son)|
|Peppers, tomatoes, broccoli, and (dying) cabbage under the light|