6.9.14 Spring seedlings and thinnings


“How insignificant our effort beside that of a seed.”
— Marada Cook, Crown O’Maine Organic Cooperative

Above: Agretti seedlings.
Seeds planted this week: Carrots, fun jen; second round of favas, radishes, arugula, salad greens. 


Above: Comparing transplanted fennel (left) with directly seeded (right).
Seedlings transplanted: Fennel, cucumber.


Still in the wings: Basil, tomatoes, eggplant, celeriac, leeks.

6.9.14 Garden thinnings

Thinnings: Salad greens (above) and kale.


Harvesting: Asparagus, rhubarb.


Preserving: Freezing rhubarb.

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5 Responses to 6.9.14 Spring seedlings and thinnings

  1. cheri says:

    Your garden looks wonderful, love to pluck baby lettuces off for a nice sweet salad.

  2. wonderful garden. Garden gives joy to me.

  3. daphnegould says:

    Those salad greens look so beautiful.

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