Broccoli, Purple Heading
Broccoli, Green Goliath
Peas, Oregon Giant
The peas are finally coming up!
Next up in Bed#1G are yellow, white and red onions. I purchased these sets from Tractor Supply - didn't start these from seeds.
In Bed#1F are spinach and kale. I've had on and off success with spinach in the past, so hopefully this will be a good year. I'll be planting some in the container garden, too, just in case.
Spinach, Firebird F1
Spinach, Giant Noble
And in Bed#1E are the lettuce, using the seed mats that I made a few days ago. Such an easy way to plant these tiny seeds.
Lettuce, Paris Island
Today I put out the tomato plants that I've been growing in the greenhouse. I've had them outside during these beautiful spring days lately for several hours to get them use to it. I sure hope we're done with the freezes, because there's no turning back now! These went into Bed#1A:
Tomato, Rapunzel (2 plants)
Tomato, 10 Fingers of Naples (2 plants)
Tomato, Marion (1 purchased plant)
Tomato, Florida 91 (1 purchased plant)
Meanwhile, two of the rhubarb plants have emerged, and I'm not giving up on the third yet.
And John decided he wanted to try some strawberries, so I've left that project to him. He put in 8 plants of this variety this week. We'll see how they do.