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We’ve been outside as much as possible over this last week trying hard to get as much of the garden is as possible.
Graham was able to get two of the gardens rototilled, which is great.
This is our Asparagus bed. I don’t cut last year’s fronds down until early Spring. That’s now done and we’ve put down more mulch between the rows, trying to keep some of the weeds at bay.
In the top right of the main garden is the garlic I planted late last September. The bottom right of the garden will be planted in cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and brussel sprouts.
Red Cabbage being hardened off out on the porch before planting in the garden. These plants are ready to go in, but we’d like the rain to stop.
We’ve moved quite a few plants down into the greenhouse from the living room. Finally we are starting to get our sitting area back! It’s always really tempting to get plants into the greenhouse earlier in the spring. But our greenhouse is unheated and it is just too much of a risk to take. We’ve got too many hours into these plants to take the chance.