|He thought they were for him, at least a dog can hope|
The large center raised bed will be for carrots season.
We eat carrots every day.
The bed is fine tilde no rocks at all.
The depth of it is all so, it has been a big job.
When planting carrot and parsley soak the seeds overnight
cucumber and chive
This an unexpected gift from compost.
I think it is a tomatoe plant. I never remove a self sewed plant.
I figure it liked it enough to grow there it must be a happy plant
There are a few early buds on the cucumber.
Tip here NEVER touch a cucumber until your ready to pick it.
Funny plant that way, oh yes I learned the hard way :)
The Radish is a little leggy. I think there is too much nitro in the soil.
This bed is against the South wall. Too much shade.
If you look at the left corned. Another gift a little basil plant.
I have been longing for fresh basil.
The peas are being eaten by somebody.
This is the third replant.
That 3 foot compost pile did real well in the summer heat.
It is almost all gone. I have yet to dig it in the far bed. Had a failed crop of Swiss chard.
Going to replant it and the kale next week.
The broccoli is doing well on the far right in image
Well get your root stocks in this week or you'll need to wait for another lunar cycle