Let's start our comparison with the photo taken way back in March of this year.
The raised beds first of March.
On to the beds first of April.
Then came May.
And last month of June.
Here we are as of the first days of July.
Finally something that looks more like a profitable gardening effort! The two cold frames at the back are wide open today to catch all the nourishing rainfall on the sweet peppers and slicing cucumbers. These two beds also need to be weeded, but to do so I have to hurdle myself up over the frame set on top of the raised bed, and get right in there to reach everything.
The bed right behind the tepee trellis in the middle row is cauliflower plants that are forming sweet little snow white heads so this morning I enlisted Papa Pea to help me tie the leaves up and over them keeping sunlight from hitting the developing heads.
Our weather tomorrow is supposed to be sunny so it will be a full day in the garden for me. Lots to do and catch up on after the almost daily rain showers we've been getting.
Looking to the left of the raised beds, this is a 40' row of potatoes. I have another 20' of them in the field garden.
And to the right of the raised beds, here's a portion of the field garden that is finally starting to show some growth. I'll take some more photos of what I have growing in there within the coming week.