I planted up my beds with the rest of the seeds I had. I also put the surviving seedlings out. Unfortunately, most of them had not done well. They seemed to stop growing and maybe got too much heat too soon when I set them outside last week?? I'm not sure, but I basically only got a few sweet pepper plants, the two cayenne pepper plants, and a few small basil plants. All the tomato seedlings were beginning to rot from the roots...sad, indeed.
But look how pretty these edamamme seeds are!!
So, today after work, Hubby and I took a trip 'off cape'...once Memorial Day weekend hits Cape Cod, travel is pretty ridiculous and frustrating, so we decided to get what we needed now. We each got new hammocks and a couple plants.
So my garden will go like this:
Bed #1: herbs (basil, cilantro, parsley, chives), scallions, sweet peppers, pumpkins, yellow squash, Roma tomatoes, 2 types of green beans, jalapenos & cayenne peppers.
Bed #2: snow peas, broccoli raab, several types of radishes, edammme, watermelons (small 'sugar babies'), cantaloupe, and cucumbers.
Plus the yellow onions and garlic (which may not be harvestable -if that's a word!?- until next year, and the two buckets of potatoes.
My sister and aunt and I have been toying with a 'swap' idea where we would share our harvest if one of us has an over-abundance of something to trade. I think first we will have to see what grows. I know for me it's a crap shoot!
Hubby and I talked today about how happy we finally are with where our life is. We're ready for a good summer...'the summer of George!'