That may sound odd coming from a gardener, but I feel I have so many things to do in preparation for the Spring garden feast. Among them, ordering seeds and starting seeds. I got a 20" "under the cabinet" florescent light at HD for $12.49 to grow plants indoors. I will probably get more as my collection expands. I'm hoping to have full bushy plants ready for Spring. I have thus far started coleus, hollyhocks, and am trying in earnest to start some day lilies. They're doing remarkably well under this little light -- far more effective than the windowsill.
Thanks to the encouragemnet and advice I received here, I am moving full steam ahead with my blueberry bush hedge plan. I have amended the soil with perlite, peat, sulfer, sand from the Christmas lumanaries, and anything else I could get my hands on ;) . The soil had tested at a pH of 6.5, so I may have to do some more amending in the Spring too. I'm glad to have it started, though, as the ground is probably going to be freezing up and snow covered fairly soon. Will post pictures as things get planted and the gardens start to come to life. :)