Poor arugula. If it's any consolation you get to go first to the table.
I'm the type who plants VERY densely, so it's a bit of a surprise to see one single pea grow so large and so bushy on its own.
Does this make me want to seed more sparsely?
Um. No. It makes me want to plant more peas.
(For those of you wondering what I mean by this statement: that is one fine set of strawberry plants sitting right there in front of your eyeballs. One FINE set.)
Besides being one of my favourite gadgets, this item shows the highs and lows of the glass greenhouse.
This is what you can use to determine whether you keep the heat on at night or not.
My rule of thumb is this: when it's still going below 1ºC I keep the heat on; once nighttime temps are regularly over 6ºC I turn it off.
The Salad Garden (thank heaven it's labelled or I'd forget what it's there for sometimes) has a lot of plastic action right now, because it's a bit too early for outdoor carrots, spinach, and lettuce. Kept under nighttime cover, though, and it's not too early at all.
I took this shot to show off the rampant growth in the tomato seedlings but all I can see is the INCREDIBLY dirty glass behind it. My
Wondering what's blooming in the garden right now? Look no further than these charming little blue forget-me-nots.
Lungwort. Dependable, multi-hued, and always cerulean.