A growing vegetable garden
Long days and warmer weather (highs between 60°F and 72°F, and up to 75° one day) mean the vegetables in my beds and in the ground are growing rapidly.
It’s interesting to see the scarlet runner beans emerging as the soil warms up; the spinach looks great; the poor basil plant that I put out early, hmm, it’s looking wan.
But kale and lettuce from transplants look great. The broccoli needs more sun, I think, but looks fine, and the emerging beets, etc. also look good.
Such a different climate than where I’ve grown vegetables in the past!
|kale, chard, and kohlrabi|
|wooden container bed with chives, lovage, kale, and kohlrabi|
|side vegetable bed|