April Vegetable Garden

This is a busy month for gardeners! 🙂 Here’s a quick look around our veggie patch..

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Both Garlic beds are looking healthy, so fingers crossed we don’t get that awful Garlic rust again…

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Arugula and Lettuce starts..

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Toy Choy & Peas

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Potatoes have been planted , 4 varieties , some in this bed and more in pots! The row along the house is a variety of Peas 🙂

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Celery survived the winter, without any mulch…

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Purple sprouting Broccoli is ready to harvest and we are seeing Cauliflower heads forming…

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Broad Beans , Spinach & yes, more Peas..

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Mustard Greens

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Brussel Sprout are sending out lots of Spring Greens and starting to go to seed…

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Onions are almost ready to go outside..

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We have a new addition, a Semi  Dwarf Jonagold Apple Tree

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I’ve discovered growing apples can be little finicky, but, that discussion, will be a separate post…

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More Seedlings! I love these peat pods, its the first-time I’ve used them!

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60 fit into one tray which was perfect for Tomatoes and Peppers.

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The Strawberries are flowering..

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and the weather, is  typically “Spring” like …with mixed skies…

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The rain is just what we need, the beds have a top dress of fish compost waiting to be watered in…

If you aren’t sure what to start growing this month check out West Coast Seeds planting list!

8 thoughts on “April Vegetable Garden

  1. Wow, that all looks SOOOO good. It must be just about a full-time job to get things like this! Love Jonagolds, good choice, they are just that right tart-sweet-crisp mixture.

    1. It doesn’t really take too much time, we both enjoy it which helps. 🙂 Good to know Cathy, I’m sure I’ve tried them at some point! The tree was given to us by a neighbour, its a lovely tree but this one is tough to pollinate, which is why she got rid of it, ha! I am a sucker for a challenge, so we’ll see how it goes:)

    1. Thank-you! 🙂 That’s great Karin! It is fun to see them grow, and they are far more hardy than I ever imagined. I’m sure they’ll do well,especially with extra TLC!

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