The difference a week makes
Five days, actually…
Everything’s coming up! I plant on the philosophy of “one for the rook, one for the crow, one to rot, and one to grow” – but EVERY seed is growing.
Shanghai Bok Choi is starting to get its true leaves.
These are Osaka Purple Mustard. We’ve got a lot of interesting-colored things… from purple mustard to rainbow chard and four different colors of tomato – it should be a colorful garden! These are in the cells of the cinderblocks; one side is all Giant Red Mustard, the short ends of the rectangle are all Osaka Purple Mustard, and the other long side is Bright Lights chard.
Close to, the spinach looks almost like a bed of lilies.
I planted way, way too many radishes.
The beets are still the coolest colors! They’ve lost some of their brilliant magenta, but they’ve got a nearly iridescent purple-green leaf.
I’m planning to get out into the garden for the first time this weekend. It seems to truly be spring here. And if my cold-weather veggies get too cold, I’ll just plant more!
But you left out the crucial bit: how’s the mutant tomato?