I had quite a few plants getting to big for the greenhouse and ready to plant. I started with the gem corn and pumpkins in the ground in the first picture as well as a row of marigolds right along the fence line. **If you don’t know what Gem Corn is, you can read about how I received mine here: Gem Corn.
The containers are holding peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, and the yellow bin has our carrots. I like using a longer, tall bin as I mix sand in with the soil which produces longer carrots. This is how they looked last year:
I then put in the peppers, cabbage and brussel sprouts and the sweet corn in the distance. In between the corn plants are green beans as they are a good companion plant to grow with the corn.
And in the second garden bed the lettuce is well underway along with kale, radish seeds and the second planting of romaine seeds. The grape vines are starting to grow in the background.
Staggering your plantings will keep your plates plentiful with fresh veggies all season long and also into the winter months if you store them correctly. You will not have all your lettuce ready to harvest at once as well as beans, peas, tomatoes, celery, etc. It’s a little more work but worth it!!
Let the busy season begin 🙂
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