A few people have been asking for pictures of the garden. So, here you are. It’s doing pretty good. I’m hoping that the warm weather we are having will get my greens going. Here is what the whole thing looks like right now. Everything is still very small. (If we ever use all the mulch in the huge pile, I am going to have to find another spot for taking garden pictures
This is bed 1: white clover as a ground cover, corn, squash, pumpkin, aster, and radish
This is bed 2: potato, beans(black, cannelini, and toungue of fire), zinnea, parsley, cilantro, and sorrel
Bed 3: nasturtium, canteloupe, watermelon, radish
Bed 4: green onions, red onions, carrots, beets, chard, cosmos, blanket flower, calendula, peppers, and soon eggplant and a blackeyed susan.
Bed 5: nasturtium, cucumber, marigold, zucchini, sweet alyssum, nigella
Bed6: lettuce (3 types), spinach, kale, arugula, basil, tomatoes, and soon borage
I know this sounds very professional. But, all I did was get a book on companion planting and do what she said. This is the first time I have done this, so we’ll see how it all turns out and if the bugs really do stay away.