Arugula and the lettuce in the greenhouse made it through an end of May snowfall.
I’ve been quite tardy on the updates of late. Too busy to take photos and what photos I did take I can’t find. lol….
But I will take some photos soon.
Garden is going well. Things are a bit slower than in years past because of cool May and early June.
I have all my tomatoes in their permanent boxes. Most of my basil has been transplanted as has my lettuce. Not enough space for the lettuce so a lot will end up in containers as they were in the days of yore.
Rainy cold Canada Day here in the north – otherwise I might take some pics and post.
Happy gardening for now.
Weather has turned cold in the last week or so.
Planted some lettuce and nasturtium seeds about 3 weeks ago, and then some more of both about a week or so ago in the greenhouse. Also planted some arugula see in a box on the deck – covered with plastic – this past Monday. Pretty cold at night though.
Tomatoes are doing alright. Most came up. May seed a few more or not bother. I don’t know. Planted a bunch of basil seeds last Sunday.
This weekend it is time to figure out what varieties of tomatoes to start, how many of each and then sow them. Woohoo!
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