Monday, March 30, 2015
We were in the midst of a major garden renovation (building 6 planter boxes) when I left for a 17-day trip. I have missed planting some things (spring greens, for the most part), but, this week, I planted about 50 Allstar and Honeoye strawberry plants (they still need to be mulched with straw, not hay: hay has many seed heads and sprouts like crazy)-not much to see yet:
two large bunches of red and sweet white onions (plant in loose soil, about an inch deep. I prefer starts (bundles plants that have sprouted) to bulbs, they get going faster): :
and, my garlic weathered the winter and looks great! (Garlic needs to be planted in fall, then harvested in June):
This week, I want to plant lettuces, tat soi, kale, chard, cilantro and start, indoors, my squashes, and some oddball ornamentals....yay!
And it is almost time to spray the peaches with an organic fungicide.