Beet Greens looking healthier after culling the rotting ones. Beets seem unaffected, though growing a little slowly
Raspberry bushes are caning like maniacs. We should have nice fruit next year.
Some of the tomato varieties are really starting to get big.
Between the Squash taking over the world and my cukes having issues, I added on an extra trellis for my vining little friends. and they are starting to reciprocate my love… Despite some cucumber beetle spottings and some signs of wilt. We’ll see how long they last.
Here are some picture updates of what growing on…
Bed 1: Above: Brocollini & Brussel Sprouts Below: Snow peas & yellow peppers (Sadly, store bought peppers. That was the only thing that didn’t germinate at all this year. Poop!)
Bed 2: Above: Pole beans. Below: 2nd year asparagus & snow peas.
Below, Bed 3: Sunburst squash, cukes, and herbs.
The first of the beautiful pea flowers arrived this afternoon. They are pretty. And, they mean that peas aren’t far behind. I’m psyched. Our peas did not do well last year. I think these are the snow peas.
Planted some mixed greens seeds left from last year. Not all the “mixed” seeds germinated. It’s mostly arugula with some baby spinach. Tastes amazing! I used the real estate between tomato seeds while they were germinating. The green only took a few weeks to grow.