The wisteria we planted 2 years ago is finally starting to climb up the arbors… My only regret is I planted white wisteria… I wish I would have planted purple.
12 heads of stinky cabbage are growing nicely in the raised garden beds…
I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am about the kohlrabi… this is the first year I’ve been able to grow it from seed. I’ve tried in previous years to no avail… But lookey here… Mavis has kohlrabi 🙂 How cool is that?
The purple snap beans are lined up like little soliders…
And zucchini planting #1 is looking pretty good…
And do you see what I see? A teeny tiny tomato… Perhaps now would be a good time to plant some basil seeds…
I think these are my purple Cherokee tomatoes… but I’m not sure…
But there’s something I DO know for sure… It’s shaping up to be a good year in the garden… Yes in deedy it is…
How’s your garden coming along? Are you growing anything unusual?
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Wow, you already have tomatoes…I see some sunshine outside today so I am going to have a chat with my own tomato plants and tell them about yours and that they had better get it in gear and start growing. Congrats on the kohlrabi, looks to be a very good year for all things brassica and for salad greens. Everything in your garden looks great!
I agree… it’s “the year” for all the cold hardy plants… Hopefully there will be a nice fall crop of beets for Thanksgiving dinner 🙂
Manuela@A Cultivated Nest says
Your beds are looking really good! It’s funny how different our growing seasons are. It’s already way too late for some veggies like peas, even the lettuce is starting to bolt!
I was thinking the same thing… I wish I had corn and pumpkins like you do 🙂
Everything looks great!! Um…but how is it you have tomatoes and I don’t? I’m in California for crying out loud!! lol (Actually…we have about 7 little tomatoes starting and lots of blossoms. So I’m not too worried.)
We didn’t plant anything unusual this year…we were focused on the backyard landscape and just opted for the usual tomatoes, zukes, cukes, beans, peas and peppers. I planted some lettuce…and apparently it was delicious…to the SLUGS. Ah well…
I love your kohlrabi plant…I’ve never eaten kohlrabi. What do you do with it?
I have no idea 🙂 I just think it looks cool… I plan to ask Mr. H what I’m suppose to do with it…
What a fabulous sight! It is Winter time here in Melbourne, and kind of sick of broccoli and really want to start on those tomatoes. Here’s to a bumper crop.
I wish I was in Melbourne right now eating broccoli 🙂
I LOVE Cherokee Purple tomatotes. We put in three of those tomato plants this year. One is loaded with tomatoes (like 15 of them) The other two plants aren’ t doing that great. Strange how they can all do so different planted right in the same place!
I could eat Cherokee Purple and Sun Gold tomatoes every day of the year…yummm
WoW-E! I am so impressed with your tomatoes! Mine are still barely in the blossom stage.