Our garden in late May

In this part of Western Washington, we can expect frost right until the middle of May.  We’ve planted potatoes, wheat, emmer (an ancient type of durum wheat), oats, peas, lettuce and Jerusalem artichokes outside, with brassicas, lettuce, spinach, carrots, beets and parsnips in the hoop house.  The things that really need heat such as tomatoes, basil, peppers and eggplants are still in the greenhouse.  Here are some pictures of what is going on right now:

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~ by Anuttama on May 28, 2010.

2 Responses to “Our garden in late May”

  1. I guess I better fix the hoop house

  2. Wow, look at that addition! Very impressive.

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