Tuesday, May 25, 2010

31 Days of Gardening

I've been gardening at the Fenway Victory Gardens for 4 weeks now. Here is what the plot looked like the day we picked it out:
(April 25th-Day 1)
Here is the drastically improved look 4 weeks later:
(May 22nd-Day 28)
After this weekend I really felt that the garden was coming together and starting to show some real signs of life and future vegetables! Here's a peek at what is springing to life in plot Z-1:
-Broccoli-
-Leeks-

-Greens-


-Beets-

-Peppers-


-Tomatoes-

-Herbs-



Missing form the photo's: Cabbage, Onion, Carrots, Spinach, Potato, Kentucky Wonder pole bean, Ottawa Cranberry pole bean, Garlic Chives, & Sage.
For the Beans, Potato, Garlic Chives & Sage seedlings have not sprouted yet or are just beginning to sprout. (A trellis and a pair of makeshift trellis' have been installed for the beans and await their arrival)
The Cabbage, Onion, and Carrots have developed very slowly so there isn't even enough to take pictures of.
The Spinach is another story. Some piece in the row are starting to look like spinach, others have clearly been bothered by the encroaching bindweed which we are doing our best to keep up with.
I suspect some of the seedlings which are slowly to develop were either planted late or are the victims of soil which developed a crust after a few rough rain storms. It's still early and there is plenty to grow so stay tuned!!

2 comments:

Annie's Granny said...

Bravo! Well done for just a month into your gardening season!

Fred said...

Thanks so much Granny!
Looking at the 'before' and 'after' shot really shows me how much work I've done, and just how much more work there is to do. No complaints though, I'm loving every second of it!