Spring garden in the ground!

April 26, 2008 § Leave a comment

After a few cold weeks and a lot of prep work on the beds, the spring garden is in the ground. Right now I have planted:

  • Three plots of onion starts, two heirloom cipollini onion sets and a set of red onion.
  • Six Russian Kale plants, six brussel sprouts starts, six scraggly mixed greens things I can’t remember what they’re called.
  • Some remnant celery, chard and lettuce from last year’s garden (previous owners)
  • Four large artichoke plants
  • About a dozen shell pea starts.

    Yard Party

    They’ve managed to survive the unseasonably cold spring so far, and I have to assume we’re through the worst of it. I’m expecting a late June harvest on some of this stuff. This is my first “spring” garden ever — so we’ll see how it goes.

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