Monday, May 15, 2017

Garden Early May

 Our asparagus we started from seed last year.  They are looking good.
 More because they are so cute.

 Our sage is coming back.
 Garlic outside the greenhouse.
Horseradish outside.
 Horseradish inside greenhouse. Shazam!
 Our greens in the greenhouse. Chamomile that has come back from last year mixed in.  The arugula is going to seed, but it is getting hot, so understandable.  Everything I planted outside is just barely coming up.

This is the middle row in the greenhouse. In the back on left are these beautiful rutabaga plants, they are so pretty, beets on the right and some snapdragons in between.  In the middle are bachelor button flowers, flanked by head lettuce. There are a couple of calendula plants in front of the bachelor buttons. In the very front is an echinacea and another behind the bachelor buttons that you can't see. So fun to see the difference from inside and out.  Seeds are just starting to come up outside. Carrots, onions, beets, all kinds of flowers and the cabbage, tomato and pepper seeds I started in the cold frames are all coming up.  I want to see the difference between the tomatoes and peppers I started in the cold frames and the ones I started inside with lights and heat. It's a cool experiment and I'm hoping the cold frames win out.  It would be so much easier if I can start them out there every year.

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