Square Foot Gardening – Broccoli, Kale, Peas, Carrots and Onions

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Last week we harvested 1 pound 2 ounces of vegetables from our first ever square foot garden.

organic broccoli

I snapped a few pictures this morning to show you what’s growing right now in our 4×8 foot bed. Broccoli! Wahooo! I was unsuccessful growing it in our other raised garden beds this spring, but for some reason the broccoli is thriving in the square foot garden. Weird huh?

I think I’ll try growing broccoli again in the fall but for right now I’m pretty happy we’ll at least get one head of broccoli and a couple of florets this spring.

square foot gardening onions

Check out the Walla Walla onions! 3 of the 4 onions are growing great. Yes, it’s true, we do have a dud in the bunch, or maybe I should say it’s a late bloomer. I’m not sure yet.

square foot gardening carrots

Carrots, check.

sugar snap peas

Sugar snap peas. yep, looking good.

snow peas

Snow peas. Do you see the makings for a stir fry dinner tomorrow? I do.

square foot gardening kohlrabi

Okay, look at the size of this kohlrabi. I think it may have doubled in size over the past week. This uber cool vegetable is about the size of a baseball right now.

square foot gardening kale

And kale. Ain’t she pretty. I guess this means I’ll be drinking a kale smoothie for breakfast tomorrow. Yipee. I’m so excited. ;)

Are you growing a square foot garden this year?

How is it doing?

~Mavis

Read more about my adventures in Square Foot Gardening.

Are you thinking about putting together a Square foot garden? See the how I built a square foot garden grid HERE.

All New Square Foot Gardening

For more information, check out All New Square Foot Gardening.  It is an amazon bestseller and the author, Mel Bartholomew is basically the king of square foot gardening.

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Comments

  1. can you tell me what the difference is between sugar snap peas and snow peas? or are they basically the same. I once heard that snow peas are just young sugar snap peas.

  2. Do you freeze your pineapples? I cut up a pineapple last Friday and froze some for smoothies. If you do freeze them, would you mind sharing your tips and what you use them in? I am thinking that the texture will change some after being frozen.

  3. It is time to eat that kohlrabi! If it gets too big it gets tough and woody. I usually eat them at this size or a little smaller. Love them! Kim

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