Below are some pictures from around the garden on May 6, 2014. We will soon plant our summer crops.
|This is the same square of radishes from shown in|
a previous post. Notice how rapidly they grew. Too
bad more people do not liked eating them (leaves
and roots are edible)! Once again, they need thinning.
|Here is a view of one of our square foot gardens.|
Many of the squares are doing well and the rest
will be planted soon. Additionally, it is time to put
away our season extending hoops until the fall.
|This bed is from was planted during the Family |
Gardening Day. Everything survived the
20-degree low temperatures we experienced
shortly after its planting.
|The lettuce in the center square is really coming on strong.|
Also, the kale behind the sign is doing well.
|Our beans are thriving. No hole-munching pests,|
specifically bean beetles, have found them yet
like in the nearby community garden.
|Our summer planting will soon add much greenery to |
this sparsely planted garden.
|Here is an update on the tomato seedlings from before. |
They should be ready for a late planting by June.