There are some phrases used in gardening that confound reason. Moist, well-draining soil and hardy annual come to mind. Right up there is the admonition, “As soon as the ground can be worked.” Have you ever wondered what that means? As soon as it’s thawed? As soon as you can get a shovel in?
It’s a little more involved than that. It actually makes perfect sense, once you know what they’re talking about. Well, that’s the topic of this week’s podcast. So listen in.