Sun, rain, sun, rain, sun, rain. A tough week for humidity, but lots of good light. Plenty of rain most nights. And that means one thing. Growth!
Peppers, June 23 (left) and June 28 (right):
Tomato plants, June 23 (left) and June 28 (right):
Kale is coming along quite nicely.
Herb garden is also chugging along.
Mesclun is already being enjoyed.
Despite protection, this perfect strawberry—the season’s first—got picked at the next day by a creature who couldn’t quite get it through the chicken wire. I wrestled it free and left it out as an offering.
A decent bounty of onions and garlic.
More amateur gardening posts
- Amateur Gardening in Rhode Island Report #1
- Amateur Gardening in Rhode Island Report #2
- Amateur Gardening in Rhode Island Report #3
- Amateur Gardening in Rhode Island Report #5
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