Photo #1: Garlic; Red Russian kale, still growing strong; the last of the spinach; Sharaku mustard greens, starting to bolt; Short-vining edible-podded peas, growing slowly but otherwise looking good
Photo #2: Kales, onions, more peas (including a few Sugar Ann plants that just started flowering), young carrots, mustard greens
Photo #3: More garlic, young cilantro, young dill, young carrots
It’s a bit hard to believe that I’ll be planting out tomatoes, basil, and more in just 2-and-a-half weeks!
I weeded the vegetable garden and the beds and paths around the back patio this afternoon, and then removed sod from part of the yard in preparation for planting the Keiffer pear that I bought from Lowes a few weeks ago. The biting gnats were out in force tonight!
Carrot 'Bolero Hybrid' Growing
Daucus carota subsp. sativus
Dill 'Dukat' Growing
Cilantro 'Caribe' Growing
Brassica rapa var. komatsuna
Pea 'Sugar Ann' Flowering
Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon
Kale 'Red russian' Harvesting
Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group)