Today is going to be another wet and soggy day here in the Pacific Northwest but here is the view from the back of the main garden. A few years ago we installed 16 raised garden beds and ever since then I just can’t stay out of the dirt.
The garlic is coming along nicely and should be ready to harvest in late June or early July.
Artichokes. Lucy has a horrible habit of running though the artichoke bed and tearing off a leaf as she passes through. What a total stinker!
The square foot garden so far has 9 of 32 squares planted. I think I’ll try and get outside this weekend and plant a few more. Every time I walk by I stop and stare and wonder where on earth I am going to place the tomato plants. I still have not figured out how many should be planted or which ones I’ll stick in there.
Onions and radishes, companion planting is cool!
Radish leaves. I wish I could remember which variety this is. I planted 5 different types this year.
Cabbage and radishes.
On days like today, I wish there was some sort of fast forward button I could push and it would be June. The plants need sunshine and warmer temperatures to thrive, not this wet and windy weather we’ve been having lately.
Growing food is cool, there is no doubt about it. But waiting to plant all your seeds is tough!
How is YOUR garden growing? Have you planted any seeds lately? Do I dare ask if you have harvested anything yet?
This post may contain affiliate links. These affiliate links help support this site. For more information, please see my disclosure policy. Thank you for supporting One Hundred Dollars a Month.