{garden update – volume 2}

7 Jun

this update is a little late… so much has been going on at the garden! we had a lot of rain here, and so the plants are growing and thriving so well!

i typically plant seasonally. so i started with my cool season crops like radishes, peas, beets, spinach, kale, arugula, and lettuce… most of which i have harvested lately. i also harvested the garlic and onions that i adopted from last year. the peas are starting to produce fruit which is exciting, and the lettuce is still thriving and i planted more this week. i started planting my summer crops – cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, squash, and more lettuce. i also planted flowers this year, which is kind of new for me – nasturtiums, calendula, and coneflower.

here is a progress report on what my overall garden plot looks like. i currently have a lot of seeds in the ground, and i take some pride in having beautiful soil and very little to no weeds. i am so excited to continue to watch the growth and progress! 🙂

do you have a garden? what are you growing?


          


and here’s some work i’ve been doing around the community walkways….

before and after mulch

before and after mulch


and here’s farmer audrey… in my perpetual garden hat! haha


and here are the first harvests of the season…


if you don’t already, please follow my on instagram @foodnfoto to follow along my garden journey. thank you for your support and interest! ❤

 

 

One Response to “{garden update – volume 2}”

  1. Anthony Mark June 7, 2022 at 1:34 pm #

    wow these photos are breathtaking! Seeing this garden is a sign of hope that the future is bright. You are doing such a great job in the Gardne

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