I am counting June 1st as the official date that garden was planted even though not everything was planted....lol But almost everything was planted so good enough right..Lol
So let’s take a look at what has happened in week one. Well it rained and then it got really windy and then guess what it rained some more.Nonetheless, when I went out this morning I did find that a few things were up already. Now just ignore the weeds it has been raining for 3 days and the garden is too muddy to weed at the moment. I was so proud that I was on top of the keeping the weeds down...but now they are running wild in the mud..LOL So this may be a where's waldo plant finding post...but doesn't that make it more fun now.....this is were you nod yes...LOL
In the herb garden I planted the basil. My purple basil is not surviving the transplanting. As for the rest I think it is mainly grass and maybe the wildflowers I planted last year. I have the worst luck when growing herbs so we shall see what happens.
In Plot 2 the cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli have held their own throughout the wind and rain. I think they will survive. The Pak Choi isn’t up yet
I also planted my hot peppers and eggplants on Saturday. However I wasn’t able to offer them any cover. They are doing okay. The Zucchini is also up
In plot 5 the beans and peas are slowly coming up as are the cucumbers
This is just one of many red ant hills in the garden. BOOOOOO
In plot 6 the turnips are up but, squash and peas are sleeping
In plot 7 the sweet potatoes are still not in, but on the patio...got to get them in ASAP
Pumpkins I think trying to survive!!
So there you go that is a look at week one in the garden.