Mostly success to report about my Spring garden. If you have any questions about what you see, leave a question or comment below. Let’s dialog.
Every year I like to try something new in gardening. This year, in addition to growing potatoes, I gathered up needed materials to make two miniature gardens. Very fun!
UPDATE: I think the red chair really works! It looks more complete now. What do you think?
Today was tomato planting day, inside Walls of Water. We have not had a frost for a week and the 7 day forecast looks mild. This year I have planted one each of Sweet Million, Oromo, Amish Paste, Cosmonaut Volkov, Gypsy, Stupice and two Brandywine.,
I am not happy with the spotty germination of my peas as seen in the second photo. Cascadian at the far end look ok but the near area has Sugar Daddy and less than 50%.
These plants will be ready for April planting outdoors. I can’t wait!
Today is the first day I noticed the yellow starting to show on my forsythia bush. It is such a busy time of year here. My strawberry patch took a hit from the cold over the winter, so today I bought 24 plants to fill in spaces where I pulled out dead dry plants recently. So much to do and so little dry weather to get it done!
Assorted lettuce seedings transplanted to greenhouse bed.
It’s Spring inside my greenhouse. Starting February 15th we get ten hours of sunlight and that is my daily minimum to support growth. I always start out with lettuce. The seeds were started indoors under lights with a heat mat around January 21 and were transplanted into the greenhouse bed this weekend.
I also have flower seedlings that are hardening off now and will be potted up soon.