The re-tired garden is coming along. The spuds are doing great. Probably has something to do it the handful of bone meal that we placed under each one:
These are the spuds in the "little tires" The bag full of spuds experiment.
Brassicas are doing well. Cabbages, Broccoli appear to be happy campers:
some of the tomatoes, unfortunately, didn't do well with the near zero temps of a week ago. but they do show signs of bouncing back. A gardener's hope springs eternal.
A crop I can always count on, Lamb's quarters, an easy weed to pick but a prolific grower. Fortunately quite tasty with a bit of oil and vinegar.
We are starting to thin the turnips. I do it in several stages to make sure that the ones I leave are going to be strong.
the onion sets are up and running. I had a sneak taste preview: ummmm goood.
Today's project ( and the last couple of days) is getting shelves into the revamped Fuel Shed, so I have a place for all the stuff in the Red Shed so that I can transmogrify it into, well - either a garden shed or a green house. Not sure yet. Stay tuned.