Finished, For Now

Yesterday was another warm and beautiful day, allowing me to put in the last of our spring gardens.  Just a week ago I wouldn’t have guessed it would be possible.



This one is mostly lettuce, but also has turnips, kohlrabi, radishes, Maruba Santoh, Yukina Savoy and tatsoi.

Under ideal conditions these gardens would have been planted a month ago. But conditions are rarely ideal.  We’re weeks ahead of last year, so I’m not complaining a bit.

Now planting is done for a while.  We’ll aim to put in the sweet corn around April 20, then start on the other summer veggies in May.

I’m hoping for a busy, food-filled summer.