We planted our potatoes in January and you can see they have grown to the top of the barrel.
Hopefully, this year we will get more than a few potatoes.
Last month we planted the tomatoes.
The plants are all doing well and I have even spotted
a baby tomato on one plant, already.
In the front raised bed there are beans,
Romanesco zucchini squash, radishes, eggplant
and two kinds of chili peppers
Here we have rhubarb of which I have already made a cobbler and pies,
celery, artichokes, butternut squash and patty pan squash.
There is still room to plant more.
I think I'll add a few more varieties of peppers.
The tomatoes are really doing well in spite of our cool nights.
We are trying the bag planting method again
to expand our gardening space.
Here we have Armenian cucumbers and Galia melon.
More Butternut squash and Chantarais melon seeds.
That's our new tree, a blood orange.
Can't wait for it to produce some fruit to make a
Blood Orange Cosmopolitan!
Here is our little "city farm" with the wisteria starting to bloom.
And the blueberries should be ready by Mother's Day in May.
So says my son...
Now we just need God to work his magic
and with a little weeding and watering
we should have a lovely harvest again this summer.