Photo Tour Aug 25
At long last! Another photo update! It sounds ridiculous to say that there hasn't been time to go around taking pictures... but that's how it seems to have been.
Here are some photos to give you a glimpse at what is going on around here.
Trays of seedlings (lettuces, chard, spinach, kale, etc) on their way to the garden to be transplanted.
Some close-ups in the greenhouse. Oakleaf lettuces:
Chives (which look the same at this stage as onions & leeks)
Lettuces in the garden:
Arugula & tatsoi:
Yellow swiss chard:
Red swiss chard:
Baby beets (for the fall)
Beets (next crop)
Hakurei turnips, ready to pick:
"D'Avignon" radish... red above-ground, white below-ground
Yellow peppers, s-l-o-w-l-y ripening
Red peppers, again ripening slowly. It takes 3+weeks to turn from a green pepper to a red pepper.
Baby Cilantro and Dill... ready in a couple more weeks
Scallions & another crop of turnips
Sunflowers along the edge of the garden. These are with-pollen (for the bees) and with-seeds (for the birds). Therefore, not the cutting type (for people).