The weather has been fantastic lately with only a few days of heavy rain – just enough to give the garden a much-needed soak. The garden is growing and I am thrilled. I’ve had a few gardening hiccups, but nothing too drastic. Here are a few pictures of what everything looks like.
Just the other day I picked my first round of leaves off for salads. I store them in a bag in the fridge, waiting to wash them until I plan to eat them.
My pac choi seedlings were looking great until we had a day in the 80’s and they dried up quickly! I was so disappointed. Luckily, a few survived and a few are slowly but surely coming back. That’s one lesson learned!
I slowly keep adding container after container that I will soon run out of room, but I am sure I will find somewhere to put more! Right now I have an orange tree, two blueberry bushes (they have the cages around them because my youngest dog likes to eat the branches…), a pineapple plant, my potatoes, rosemary, lemongrass, gladiolus-es, stevia, thyme, marigolds and a sweet potato vine. In the back of the picture you can see the in-ground garden. I just transplanted some regular and cherry tomatoes today. I can’t wait to have garden fresh tomatoes to eat!
Get your Head in the Garden,