Earlier this week we finished getting the vegetables into the ground. The last things we put in were the bush beans and snap peas (those rarely make it into the house! Usually we eat them right there in the garden or on the way into the house. LOL!)
Here's the first vegetable to come out of the garden:
Fall was so long ago this year that I have no memory of planting any onions. I don't know if these are supposed to be green onions or very crowded onions that volunteered...but I have a bunch of them. I also have some garlic that must be volunteer as well. It's a nice surprise however they got there.
This is what the garden looked like a month ago. Lettuce, carrots, and jalapenos in the greenhouse bed.
wimpy broccoli. It just doesn't grow as well as in Eureka. I think it prefers to thrive in the coastal temperate region much more than here.
This is the potato bed. It looks totally different now. They are growing so fast you can just about see the leaves grow. We think we might get two crops out of this bed this summer.
The strawberry bed has taken over their part of the garden. We have strawberries already! well they are green right now...but they are getting big! Hopefully we can stay ahead of the critters and get to eat them.
CC and Q wanted to have their own corner of the garden. CC is growing a variety of things. Q lost interest when she had to pull weeds. So now it's my zucchini bed!
oops! this isn't from the veggie garden. This is from one of my flower beds. Rather than try to delete it and lose my whole post (as I've done previously) I'll leave it.
If it's not raining tomorrow, I will take pictures of the garden after a month. It is totally different now!