Garden folklore has been around for centuries. Everyone seems to have their own little tricks of the trade. Have you ever heard that you plant peas when the daffodils are blooming? Or that you plant corn when oak leaves are the size of squirrel’s ear? One of the most famous garden folklore traditions is planting potatoes on Good Friday. Even though Good Friday could be anywhere from mid-March to mid-April, many gardeners still swear by this rule. In this video, learn more about this tradition, how to prep potatoes to plant, and how to plant potatoes in the garden or even in a bucket!