This week the garden continues to cruise along but I’m getting antsy. The first trickle of produce is making its way to the kitchen and I want to put the rest of my seeds and plants in! So, I’m starting to plan the rest of my plantings. I’m hoping to put green bean, zucchini, acorn squash, pumpkin, yellow squash, cilantro and basil seeds in the ground this week. I will also buy my tomato and green pepper plants from our local farm stand/nursery but those guys will have to hang out on the porch for a little while longer while we get their new home ready. The starter plants will go in the first weekend in June if our warm weather holds. If you're thinking about planting some veggies this year - it's not too late! You can even just plant a few containers on your back porch to add to your dinner table. Green beans, tomatoes and peppers can all thrive in a container garden. Click here to read more on that!
The asparagus and rhubarb continues to flourish. (I did get a bunch of the rhubarb picked in the freezer last night after I had posted my Freezer Friday.) My broccoli is ready to be picked. Although the central crowns are really small, the side florets are starting to form already. My first planting of spinach is doing well and will be the base of salad in another week or so.
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