Lots more planting this weekend of the warmer weather veggies. It was a gorgeous weekend to plant and I loved getting in the dirt!
Eggplant, more edamame and beans, peppers (hot, bell, red, yellow, green, drying ristas, you name it), sweet corn, basil, zinnias, more herbs, more lettuce, more asian greens, more lettuce, more cucumbers, brussel sprouts transplanted, broccoli re-transplanted, more radishes, more beets and a few more tomatoes. Seedlings being germinated for kohlrabi, more cucumbers, more pumpkins, watermelon, cabbage and cauliflower.
I've learned that certain plants need row covers to keep those little black fleas off the leaves. So I'll be investing in more floating row covering or a hoop to go over those veggies. The bugs went away last year around July so it must be only a spring problem.
This is the first week for CSA pickup. Lettuces, snap and snow peas (fabulous!), garlic scapes (never knew a green stem could taste so wonderful), radishes, and some broccoli raab are ready this week.
Pictures will be added later this week.