I wonder many times why this weedy plant even occupies primo spot of my garden, I see it all over the town wild in the wetlands. It’s Goat’s beard, I cut it down to the roots every year but it comes back strong.
Well, sometimes I get to arrange pretty flowers it produces in late June.
Blueberry bush is loaded with fruit
Early Girls are bearing first tomatoes of the season.
Container potatoes are poking out of the ground
I acquired yellow raspberry plant last year, happy to see it bearing fruits.
Methi in abundance
Cooling off with rosemary lemon water. I hacked my rosemary bush this year, plan to dry out excess leaves.
Berry harvest continues…
Rose vines over tree lilacs
I was able to harvest chives, mint, many bunches of methi, lots of basil and berries. Not everything got pictured though.
I had a very late start to gardening season, seedlings are just emerging from the ground. Here’s an update with lots of pictures.
Box 6 – Peas, spinach and zucchini seedlings
Zucchini seedling is barely out of the soil
Beets are out of the ground. Beet seedpod contains many individual seeds, notice how seedlings emerge in the clusters. When plants are bigger, it needs transplanting with more space apart.
Box 5 – Peas on both sides and green beans in the middle. Below are close-up shots of germinating green bean seed.