The weather this past week has been just wonderful! So I’m following cues from the weather and starting to plant out early. The long range forecast for the next few weeks looks nice. They are saying a few cooler nights, so I can just cover up my plants if need be. These photos were taken a few days ago before I started to plant outside.
Our Heinz tomatoes were growing really well! They always do well for me, they are my staple tomato here. They really needed to be repotted. But the nice weather saved me from having to do that. They went into the garden yesterday and most had flower buds on them already, one had an open flower!
Our sweet peppers are off to a good start this year. I hope that we get good yields off of these.
I’ve started our summer and winter squash in the greenhouse a few weeks ago. I did this last year and they did really well for me. So far I’m having mixed results. The germination rate continues to be low.
Some lupin and Delphinium flowers for my garden boarders.
This is out of our raised beds. I turned it over a few weeks ago and transplanted my onions, broccoli, purple cauliflower and cabbage into it.
We have been harvesting from our little asparagus patch for the past week. Weeds have always been an issue with this bed. This year I’m trying something new. The old time method of salting asparagus patches. I just applied salt the other day and I’ll let you all know how it works.
Whats growing in your gardens?