Rhubarb is ready to harvest and the Kale is coming along
Onions, Leeks and Shallots have really grown, Carrots are sprouting..
Cherry Tomatoes and Artichokes are hardened off and need to be transplanted. Neeka is checking it all out…
Broad Beans need some support, Cabbage and Broccoli are growing well, so are the potato pots..
Cauliflower and newly transplanted Zucchini
The Garlic hasn’t produced any scapes yet, they should be coming up soon..
Pac Choi has bolted, I’ve planted another row. Radishes are doing great , Beets and Swiss chard are starting to sprout!
Swiss chard from last year, amazing how it keeps growing even when its cut down to the ground. Peas are doing well, I’ve planted a few more to make up for the few that the slugs destroyed..
Lettuce pots , all bolting, time to plant some more…
Strawberry leaves are huge , with several fruits . but not that many flowers, I wonder if its because its the first year , or do they need a different fertilizer?
Tomatoes look happy , I cant believe how they have grown!
Basil, Peppers and Eggplant all need to be transplanted
Sage and Mint
Chives, Celery and a new Lettuce Variety , Burnet..
Lilac is in full bloom…more of the Flower Garden later
After being away for almost 3 weeks I was delighted to come home and see how quickly the garden has grown. That is thanks to some unseasonably warm temperatures and a fabulous husband who not only kept up on all the watering but installed a new automated system for the veggies… Thank-you my dear !!!