On the eve of the Summer Solstice this garden has never looked better! There are several crops producing food today and the weeds are well under control. Most significantly, I think I have made some good decisions and been willing to terminate some shaky plantings and re-plant while the season was still young.
|Potatoes are insanely strong! The purple cherokee tomatoes look fantastic, and I have some OK pepper plants in that row as well. The basil in the next row over is clean and coming up well.|
|Corn in the low field has been cleaned up nicely. I still have not seen any of the re-planted stuff come up yet.|
|Never got a single radish out of the big field. I gave up on them and tore them out yesterday and filled in with a giant tray of tomato seedlings that my brother in law Eric gave me.|
|There are a few beets of this size in the field now. The row was mostly thinned but there is about 10' that I never really got to.|