It has finally got to be consistently warm here and the risk of frost is past. Thanks to a bit of effort, the garden is looking good and early this year.
The spinach and lettuce seedlings are ready for a small harvest and the seeds we planted for the next harvest are coming along nicely.
I am taking the Kozy Coats off the peppers and thanks to them, I already have peppers forming.
The first and second planting of snow peas are up and there are carrots and green onions just showing.
The strawberries have lots of blooms and there are berries forming.
The main crops of tomatoes (Manitoba and Stupice) are coming along nicely.
The garlic is really taking off this year.
The pole beans are up.
Potatoes have a good start.
Bush beans are coming up.
I have a few extra potatoes next to my walking onions and a couple of cherry tomatoes. Thanks to the Kozy Coats, they have tomatoes forming.
The Haskap are really sprouting this year and are forming some decent size berries. You can even see a little blush of blue.
I put a raspberry patch in this year.
Once we put the Zucchini and Summer Squash plants out, it's all about the eating!