|Plant me, Please|
Sometimes things actually work out too well. Like when you plant lots of seeds and most of them come up! Then grow on to when they should have been in the ground last week. So now every day I am trying to put something in the ground. To make way for the next wave of warmer weather seedlings.
|Broccoli and Purple kohlrabi, 4/18/11, Bellevue|
|Broccoli in with onions|
Here it is only the middle of April, and I already have an overcrowded garden. I walk around the garden looking for spots that some plant can go in, knowing that something else will soon come out or at least won't cast too much shade. So these two plantings are squished in pretty tightly in a bed already planted with onions. I think they are OK on the companion planting idea.
|Purple Kohlrabi, 4/18/11|
|Back yard greens, 4/18/11|
The two frilly looking plants in the lower left hand corner are Tango lettuce from Fedco Seeds that overwintered without protection! So did the parsley at the bottom right. What would those do with only minimal protection? The row right of the Tango lettuce is Tango starts and the four little seedlings next to that are Thick Stem Chinese Mustard. The last three seedlings are Red Stemmed Dandelions, quite attractive and tasty too. Well, at least out of the porch and into the ground. The back yard garden gets a fair amount of shade from the large pin oak, so many of my greens seedlings should do fine there.