Spring Garden 2013
Posted by olemike on 05/24/2013
It’s been forever since I’ve posted. One thing I have discovered about blogging. If you don’t post regularly, it is very easy to get out of the habit and before you know it, it may have been months since the last post.
Right now, I’m playing catch up on my spring garden postings. I am going to break it down into two separate posts. The first will be a look shortly after I had planted (early April) and secondly, a more current status. This spring we planted 1 bed of all beets (Early Wonder) for canning purposes, 3 Patty Pan squash, 1 zucchini, 6 Celebrity tomato plants for canning, and 5 heirloom tomato plants( Brandywine, Black Krim, Cherokee Purple, Abraham, Lincoln, and Amish Paste) for eating, 3 cucumbers, and about 6 basil plants. We are planting more tomatoes this year than normal because we want to experiment with various types.
I also have some pictures of onions and red cabbage which I planted last fall. They really took off when it started to warm up this spring.
In the next couple of days, I will follow-up with a current status. There are quite a few changes.