row 1 is cucumbers both pickles and slicers, and some micro greens
2 broccoli, cauliflower, tomatos, garlic and wallawalla onions
3 tomatos of various varieties
5 eggplant and bell peppers in a rainbow of colors
6 carrots various kinds
7 Brussel sprouts, parsnips and zucchinis
8 peas and beans
9 squash and lettuce
10 more squash of varying varieties, and some random tomatos
11 corn with room for anything that needs to be thinned
12 corn and spinach
This post is very photo heavy. You've been warned!
I've already got ideas for next year. I'd really like to grow asparagus. I didn't think it was cold enough but our favorite master gardener said it does. He's the expert! I really want to try and grow peanuts even if it's just a plant or two and cranberries. I joke with Scribs that our feild turns into a bog in the winter anyways. I'm also thinking about a fence next year to keep the rabbits out. I know they're going to have a feast once everything starts coming up, but as soon as I put a fence up I'm going to want to expand the garden.
I've also been doing mini-trench composting between plants to amend the soil. Our soil turns very hard when it dries. I'm talking you could build a house out of it. Like bricks.
Sluggo, everyone seems to be singing it's praises. We'll see. So far I've been picking them up (gross!) and feeding them to the ducks.
Now we water,wait and play vegetable-or-weed.
Our peppers aren't doing great, I'm going to have to look into what to do to help them out!
I can't wait until the June update! I'm excited to see how everything progresses!
How is your garden coming?