I know that I have not blogged in so long that I probably don’t have any readers anymore so it will not matter if I blog about my boring vegetables.
To me it is very exciting. That I have managed to grow wonderful veggie in rubbish Cape soil is amazing.
The tricks have been
1) chickens: I let them scratch and fertilize the area first – about a year. Then I kicked them out of that area so they can help the rest of the garden.
2) I did not pull up grass, just covered it with cardboard and compost. I did area by area while the chicken were there.
3) where I am in CT along the west coast is frost free so we started seeding in winter still
4) lots of rain this year
5) a great gardener
Granadilla, I give bags away each week. And of course my girls who are walking fertilizer makers. Not to mention the great eggs.
Coriander, I have so much coriander. I even picked and made pesto with a whole lot last week.
Spinach and lettuce
I have 2 huge sunflowers, one is taller than me!
My cauliflower are starting to make heads
I harvested the area in the foreground of this picture and have started seeding new plants