We were away too much to do anything gardenwise, but i did get to look things over and take a few pictures. The Roma tomatoes don't look like they ever endured a frost.
The weeds are starting to really ramp up too.
The brassica row has grown noticeably.
Its been dry though. We have been watering and i'm sure the covers are helping too. I think the Parsnips are sprouting, the radishes are almost 6 inches tall now.
This coming week is supposed to be warm and it is almost 100% certain to rain tomorrow and the rest of the week looks like half the days are going to be rainy. We could use it so i won't complain.
I planted the Zsa Zsa peppers today, they acclimated to full sun over the weekend and did well, i also planted the Graffiti Claulflower and the Bubbles Brussels sprouts. The cauli and the brussels had just begun to sprout last week , but they were drying out too fast in the flats so i put them in the rows before i lost them entirely.
The Salsify are looking good, no seciond leaves yet, but they are giant seed leaves.
While i was gone, hubby said the cover over the cukes and melons kept blowing off. They did get some flea beetle damage where they were exposed the most, but it does not look too bad at all. The bush beans also sprouted, i think the rutabagas and beets are too, but i had to get back inside before i could check closer to be sure.
Oh, and i put in the Siberia and Empire tomato plants, got the clothes bar rack things in there too... i don't think they will work great, but they will be better than nothing.
The rest of the seedlings will go to my parents' garden, if they have time to come get them and then plant them. I don't know if they have had time to get their garden ready much past tilling it.
Other than sweet corn... my planting is done. I will do that this week.
Well, maybe a few lettuce seeds will go in.
Weeding is next.