One of the biggest activity to sprout up during the course of the pandemic is gardening.
Seed company Burpee, announced that they have sold more seed packets this Spring than anytime in the company’s 144 year history.
While still in quarantine, people are taking the time to reconnect with Mother Earth.
Even though July is considered to not be a prime-time gardening month, there are still plants you can put in your garden.
Here are a few things you can still plant, brussel sprouts, beets, broccoli, corn, cucumbers, okra and onions.