Mini limeMini lime
Mini lemonMini lemon
Stark Bros. mini peachStark Bros. mini peach
Kale starting to flowerKale starting to flower
And more blueberriesAnd more blueberries
And blueberriesAnd blueberries
BlueberriesBlueberries
Reliance grape stick #3Reliance grape stick #3
Canadice grape stick #2Canadice grape stick #2
Stark Bros. columnar peach #2Stark Bros. columnar peach #2
Stark Bros. columnar peach #1Stark Bros. columnar peach #1
Reliance grape vine #1Reliance grape vine #1
Potatoes! I planted a bag of organic potatoes that went bad, and check it out - now they're growing more potatoes!Potatoes! I planted a bag of organic potatoes that went bad, and check it out - now they're growing more potatoes!
One of the first-ever spearsOne of the first-ever spears
Asparagus!Asparagus!
[cue angels singing][cue angels singing]
Strawberries growing in one of the holes in the blocksStrawberries growing in one of the holes in the blocks
Strawberries going crazyStrawberries going crazy
There will be strawberries, my friends. Oh yes, there will be strawberries.There will be strawberries, my friends. Oh yes, there will be strawberries.
MacheMache
Belgian endiveBelgian endive
Marveille lettuceMarveille lettuce
EscaroleEscarole
ParsleyParsley
RosemaryRosemary
Lorz Italian and Inchelium Red garlicLorz Italian and Inchelium Red garlic
Arugula starting to pop up, interplanted with Swiss chardArugula starting to pop up, interplanted with Swiss chard
Swiss chardSwiss chard
Peas!Peas!
Sugar snap peasSugar snap peas
BeetBeet
LeekLeek
CarrotCarrot
Green onionGreen onion
Garlic, green onions and beets planted in the holes of the blocksGarlic, green onions and beets planted in the holes of the blocks
Take that, leaf! This Siberian garlic has no mercy.Take that, leaf! This Siberian garlic has no mercy.
BeetBeet
CauliflowerCauliflower
ClaytoniaClaytonia
BroccoliBroccoli
Kohlrabi, just set outKohlrabi, just set out
Celery, just set outCelery, just set out
Wintered-over Marveille lettuceWintered-over Marveille lettuce
Russian Red and German Extra-Hardy garlicRussian Red and German Extra-Hardy garlic
And formerly growing on the urban homestead: wintered-over spinachAnd formerly growing on the urban homestead: wintered-over spinach
Wintered-over Brussels sprouts, now starting to flowerWintered-over Brussels sprouts, now starting to flower
A forest of leeks, onions, carrots and beets. The carrots and beets wintered over by themselves from last fall.A forest of leeks, onions, carrots and beets. The carrots and beets wintered over by themselves from last fall.
  • Mini lime
  • Mini lemon
  • Stark Bros. mini peach
  • Kale starting to flower
  • And more blueberries
  • And blueberries
  • Blueberries
  • Reliance grape stick #3
  • Canadice grape stick #2
  • Stark Bros. columnar peach #2
  • Stark Bros. columnar peach #1
  • Reliance grape vine #1
  • Potatoes! I planted a bag of organic potatoes that went bad, and check it out - now they're growing more potatoes!
  • One of the first-ever spears
  • Asparagus!
  • [cue angels singing]
  • Strawberries growing in one of the holes in the blocks
  • Strawberries going crazy
  • There will be strawberries, my friends. Oh yes, there will be strawberries.
  • Mache
  • Belgian endive
  • Marveille lettuce
  • Escarole
  • Parsley
  • Rosemary
  • Lorz Italian and Inchelium Red garlic
  • Arugula starting to pop up, interplanted with Swiss chard
  • Swiss chard
  • Peas!
  • Sugar snap peas
  • Beet
  • Leek
  • Carrot
  • Green onion
  • Garlic, green onions and beets planted in the holes of the blocks
  • Take that, leaf! This Siberian garlic has no mercy.
  • Beet
  • Cauliflower
  • Claytonia
  • Broccoli
  • Kohlrabi, just set out
  • Celery, just set out
  • Wintered-over Marveille lettuce
  • Russian Red and German Extra-Hardy garlic
  • And formerly growing on the urban homestead: wintered-over spinach
  • Wintered-over Brussels sprouts, now starting to flower
  • A forest of leeks, onions, carrots and beets. The carrots and beets wintered over by themselves from last fall.

Our gardens and containers are starting to burst with life. In the last few Sundays I’ve gotten all of our spring seedlings set out, and direct-seeded a few things as well. So far things are proceeding basically as I planned several months ago. This makes me happy!

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