Starting of a new season, busy two weeks!
It is spring break and that only means one thing for me. Plant like crazy! I am a market gardener and teacher, so spring break means garden time. Only problem it has rained everyday since Monday. Luckily, the forecasters were correct on this and I started my work last week with tilling and making raised beds. I spent many hours getting as much stuff planted outside as I could prior to the rain. So, during spring break I have been planting everything inside all 6 of my high tunnels. Here are some pics.
Carrots, Cherry tomatoes and onions sets
Bok Choy, Swiss Chard, Happy Rich Broccoli, Winterbor Kale and Red Russian Kale
Red, White and Yellow Sweet Onions
More Onions, Bok Choy, Napa Cabbages, Lettuce Spinach
Outside plantings, use to be inside a movable high tunnel Carrots. I started to weed, then it got too muddy. It is going to stink to get these all weeded.
Radishes, Turnips, and Over Wintered Green onions
More onions, Beets and Onions under a low tunnel
More Onions, Leeks and Potatoes
I also planted a 1/4 an acre of potatoes at another location.
I have one more building to fill with peppers, but they will wait til April 1st. Then I will also move the movable buildings and transplant in Cucumbers and Zucchini. I my mind, spring has sprung!