I try to post an update on the garden monthly (like I did for March and April), but somehow I missed May.
But it’s fun for me to write about my garden, and it is starting to deliver. Here is what happened:
Snow Peas came late this year. They didn’t get going until June this year, while they were finished by mid-May last year
Carrots did well last year, so we planted more. Looking good!
Broccoli is not ready to eat yet, but busting out. We covered the Broccoli completely with shade cloth this year, which kept it healthy and bug-free.
Tomatoes and squash are in the ground, and looking good for July/August/September eating. Green beans have been plagued by earwigs and cucumbers are withered and sad … will I ever make pickles?
In the greenhouse (I can’t believe I have a greenhouse!), we are having fun experimenting with Key Limes, Meyer Lemons and Peppers. We also have roots developing on Avocado pits and the top of a Pineapple.
Want to see what happened last year? Links to all the garden posts are here.