Monday, March 30, 2009

What's Growing in the Garden

It's been a wet and rainy kind of day but I was prepared for the rain. When soaking rain is expected, I try to get as much in the ground as possible. Before today's rain, I planted a bed of spinach and another bed of radishes, arugula and mesclun.I cover the newly seeded beds with row covers to help germination and to keep garden critters out. Then I sit back and let rain do its thing.

Soaking up the cool, spring rain are...
Garlic planted last fall

Chives - a perennial that keeps coming back year after year.
A must for every kitchen garden.

Tête-à-tête daffodils - only 6" tall but the first to bloom.


Amy D said...

Looks good, spring is coming!

whmjr said...

Hey Ting, I have spinach, lettuce, radish, and pac choy cabbage coming up here at my school garden. Check it out Say hello to Eric.

Ting said...

Will, your school yard garden looks great and your tomato seedlings are sooo cute! I'm not having much luck with my seedlings maybe I started them too early.