Thankfully, we had a mild spring. So, planting the garden early worked out perfectly. Everything has gotten off to a fabulous start. Some things are even ready to enjoy.
MAIN GARDEN AREA
Well, it’s not our most beautiful garden. Parts of it are horribly overgrown. It needs weeded. But, the majority of the produce is growing well.
In a separate bed, I recently planted rows of squash, pumpkins, and gourds.
Since I started the herbs early in the greenhouse, the cilantro has already flowered… oops. It will need to plant more seed. I love cilantro.
The raspberries are starting to ripen. Yay!
Some of the lettuce and kale could already be cut.
The tomatoes have lovely, yellow flowers. This is the beginning of my impatient waiting for the onset of glorious, red tomatoes.
This was fun to watch. One cedar waxwing shared its red berry with its friend.
Apples and plums are doin’ their growing thing.
AQUAPONICS & GREENHOUSE
In the greenhouse we have tomatoes at varying stages, an Asian eggplant is flowering, lettuce and kale are ready, Mexican sour gherkins are ready to be picked, and a few beans are making an appearance.