Saturday, April 3

Spring Garden - Ten Days Old

The Spring Garden is Ten Days Old
Just a short post to keep you up-to-date on the garden. It's hard to believe that it's only been ten days since I planted the spring garden. But, here's the proof! And, I've slipped in a later picture taken on the 31st! What's so great about the garden is that it stays pretty warm, even through the winter, and is ready to go. Peas are almost reaching their string supports and the broccoli has settled in for growth. You can just see the onions, radishes, and chard peeking through the ground.

We had a nice rain on the 30th and this is what I found in the morning!
And, here are some herbs waiting patiently for their garden to be prepped. Cabbage at top is going under some fruit trees as both decoration and food to come! The herbs are going next to the craft shop. Just waiting for a few more days to let everything settle in before doing the transplants. It's just too hot! For some reason or other, the powers that be decided to skip spring and bring hot summer weather to this neck of the woods. Aaarrrrgh.


  1. It´s nice in a way to read thet it´s so warm at Yours, when we just barly started spring up here in the north :-) :-)

    I have small tomatoe and tomatillo plants indoors and there they will stay untilMay I´m afraid. But then it´s enough to just cover them over night with a thin blanket towrds eventual frost.
    Have a great day now!

  2. I am so jealous of your spring garden. At our apartment we have no space for one. I did buy one of those hanging strawberry plants. Can't wait for it to get here!

  3. Your herb garden is lovely. I'm starting mine indoors since its still cold here.

  4. For my regular followers: I'll be doing updates so that you can see how the gardens develop in this incredibly stress-free gardening system.

    @schacalieu: Don't be jealous. I started with houseplants in my early years until able to get land. It's good training. And, those hanging strawberry planters work beautifully.

    @Terria: Don't you have enough to do this spring?@!?!?


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