Posted by: oceannah | May 29, 2013
Beautiful Irises are filling the beds up…a bit too much. Must make a note to divide them this fall.
cabbage to the left, broccoli to the right here I am stuck in the middle with hay. This year we are using a high protien hay mulch in the ongoing effort to keep weeds down and improve soil tilth.
Finally time to stop buying those rather lame boxed salad mixes…HOORAY!
more tasty cut and come again lettuce
the kale (winterbore here) is coming along great! There’s also a long row of lancianto on the next row
What would spring pics of the garden be without asparagus? Ours is still a bit tentative with the erratic weather…two days ago we had a pretty hard frost, and today up to 80’s!
These are planted tight. I’ll harvest one small and let the other come on to full size.
There’s more to share but time I just got a message that the connection to server was lost and this message will vanish when re-connecting. I’ll give it a go and hope for the best…computer has been squirrely all morning.
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