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Friday, May 10, 2013
Weekly Garden Update, May 10
Garden after 2 rainy days.
Everything is grown, even the weeds.
Office side bed - mixed herbs and flowers
Deck - small containers, green peas, clematis, calendula and mixed greens.
Spinach leaves with rain drops
Garden from south
Bde #2 - first year strawberries and tulips
Bed # 3 - the same
Bed# 12 - Beets, small but happy.
Bed # 13 - Strawberry
Red currant, second year here.
Bed # 4 - L to R - Mixed greens, radishes, brassicas and peas.
Bed # 26 - early cabbage and red russian kale.
the same, another view.
Bed# 28 - leek from cuttings, yea! in the middle you can see leek from seeds, tiny.
Bed #27 - mixed greens, asian green, swiss chard.
Bed # 25 - daikon radish and green peas.
Beds # 19 and 18 - garlic
Bed# 18 - L to R - kale, rutabagas, lettuce, garlic
Bed # 17 - asian mizuna, than bok choi
Bad # 16 - last year kale
Bed# 24 - napa cabbage
the same - red mustard
the same - kohlrabi
Bed # 27 again - mixed green, komatsuna
Zuccini black beauty
Bed # 4 - Broccoli
Broccoli - the first one.
Bed # 14 - asian alstar
Bed # 9 - asian greens - 2 types of bok choi, napa cabbage and rutabaga
The same - closer view
Bed # 11 - carrots, not so much :(
Bed # 10 - green giant mustard and red mustard
Bed # 15 - carrots (tiny), radishes and celery (back)
Bed # 5 - radishes
Bed # 23 in greenhouse -tomatoes
Bed # 22 in greenhouse - peppers, cucumbers and parsley + spinach
Peppers, not very big.
Tomatoes - very health, as I see.
One leaves of spinach can fee a man :)
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