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may 1st garden entry
92 degrees here today... a far cry from the freeze three weeks ago. three days in the low 20's. i lost 20 out of 24 cauliflower plants, all my gold and chiogga beets, and snap peas were slowed to a halt. the peas have recovered somewhat. Here are some early pictures.
tall type "trevisio: radicchio
i am playing around with flowers from seed. this is an early germination of sunflowers, zinnia, coreopsis, cosmos and foxglove
second planting of lettuces, broadcast direct seeded, three weeks behind others.
early tomato plants
a couple of lone rangers after the freeze ( surviving cauliflower)
two weeks it is SALAD time
my second year on the perennial herb garden
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God Todd it sure has changed, looks so nice now!
thanks lots of work yet to come
Such a big differnce to the photographs we saw before. Well done Todd. What a pity the freeze got those cauliflowers. Will you plant more in their place?
Coming on in leaps and bounds Todd. Looks like it's quite warm there. I'd say more than one member here is jealous of your herb garden :)
no unfortunately i cannot re plant, it is too late as it will get too hot here in NC for cauliflower byt the time it re grew.... ill try a fall crop.
Everything is looking very tasty already Todd. I really like the looks of the herb garden, it all looks so healthy.
Looks great, sorry about the freeze.
Its doing great .Its a shame the freeze got so many of your plants.Just plants some
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