This Spring, the cold seemed to just drag on and on in the Northeast. It was a very slow start to the gardening with seeds taking longer to sprout and plants taking longer to grow. And although I'd be harvesting more by now, I'm just thrilled that the garden looks so robust. And thanks to the covering of tarps, everything survived the Mother's Day frost. So here's what's growing so far.
Spring crops as of May 20, 2013
From the far left 1/3 of the bed, there's sugar snap peas with romaine and carrots behind them. Then in the center are red onions (find the tall shoots), followed by more romaine that is smaller because it was started from seed. The final third of the bed on the right contains two rows of loose leaf lettuce (the lighter green) that is already growing back from the harvest of last week! In between the lettuce was radishes that were also harvested and eaten last week, except for two more hanging on. The last row on the right are more red onions. Can't wait to eat all this food! And the best part is that there's too much to eat so just with the two rows of loose leaf lettuce alone, I was able to feed 3 other neighbors!
Makes you just want to grab a fork and start eating!
Here's a different angle that includes the 6 tomato plants growing in the background. These were also started indoors under the grow light. It's going to be a yummy summer! Stay tuned for what will be planted after all these spring veggies are harvested. In the meantime, add your link and share what's growing in your garden.