I used to grow a lot of sweet corn for market, but that is one crop I have dispensed with because of the amount of raccoons and skunks I would have to fend off. Corn is also very space consuming, for the amount of food yield.
I've also moved my squash, pumpkins, cucumbers and gourds down onto the end of the single long row, because running plants such as them, tend to smother the rest of the garden, and make tilling impossible. I figure way down the row like that if they want to run off into the bush or out onto the road, it won't affect my tillage practices much.
|Tomatillo - a new venture, for fresh salsa|
|New transplants under cover|
|Fennel - another first time venture|
|Second planting of beans, good germination this time round|
|Bean blossoms, pods in two weeks?|
|Tater blossoms - nuggets in two short weeks|
|Beets, ready if you like greens|
And that is about all I have to say for today.
Musings and meanderings from the Musical Gardener.