Some plants do need an extended start in a warm spot, and warm often means indoors. Tomatoes, for example, often require 10 weeks from sowing indoors to transplanting outdoors. So let's say you were planning on getting those Rose de Summer Tomatoes or Large Red Cherry Tomatoes in the outdoor soil on June 1st. This means you would plant the seeds around March 15th. Yikes!
Perhaps you can't get out there with your Hand Crafted Carbon Steel Blade Kana Weeder today, but you can definitely break out the pen and paper and refine your plan for an organized and productive garden. We're here cheering you on -- and like you -- with pen and paper designing our 2012 garden.