June…time has passed so quickly

Here’s a quick update ! So much going on and it changes , fast,  anyone else feeling that way? It seems as though the Swiss Chard just came out of here! It was only just over 3 weeks ago..

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the Tomatoes , Butter Lettuce and Peas  are now taking over…

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more Peas are spilling out on the other side of the Fava Beans…

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We can finally start enjoying them 🙂

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along with beautiful Radishes! They grow much better in pots, for me ..

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some are huge, but  still tender …

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&  tasty  😉

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Pak-Choi & Spinach was also amazing in pots, the first batch is finished , Arugula has also been pulled out, seeds are started for the next round…

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First of the baby Beets ..

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the Garlic looked  Great!  Now it has Rust…grrr…I’m hoping,it isn’t passed onto the onions…

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Gardeners Delight Cherry Toms in Pots, the Onion & Beet bed is in behind…

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Potatoes in the pots and garden are starting to flower…

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Vine Tomatoes ( Brandy Wine & Big Boy) are also producing flowers, and getting taller …

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nothing like the ones in the Greenhouse 🙂

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they have already set fruit..

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I wonder how big that Jerusalem Artichoke is going to get…that’s the one in the middle..hmmm…

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More starters…hard to imagine we need to be thinking about fall and winter planting now..but yes indeed, it is time, for a few things…Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower & Broccoli …

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Busy time but it is  worth it! 🙂

6 thoughts on “June…time has passed so quickly

  1. That artichoke has me scared – is that the same kind that you gave me? I doubt they will grow as big here though!! The garden looks great. I’m still worried about frost here – supposed to be -1 on Thursday night. 😦

    1. No its a different variety, under good conditions can still get pretty big, its a Green Globe. Yikes -1…you may want to cover the Artichoke with newspaper, & a pot. Hows the Rosemary doing? It is tougher and should handle the drop in temp.

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