I had put this off as long as I could. I was attempting to stay as natural as possible. But it came to a point where the leaves became so brittle and were getting holes in them. Here is what the plan looked like yesterday. (July 3rd)
Wednesday and Thursday of this week temps in the 80′s and sun come back! My corn, cucumbers and tomatoes are doing really well. I have a twice weekly watering schedule. Tuesdays and Fridays. When the 80 degree weather comes back, the soil should be nice and warm and the watering schedule will allow for a really good produce to grow!
The garden is coming along GREAT. the corn is growing nicely, the broccoli is HUGE as are the tomato plants. We had a few days here in Vancouver that were muggy and warm, and the tomato plants ate it up! One of them grew several inches in a day. I’ve spotted several flowers on each plant starting to blossom, it’s looking really good so far!
Spring has arrived, which means it’s time for a garden! The area I am using was in really poor shape last year, I started prepping the area last fall. When I started this project the area was just a bunch of bark dust and dirt. Through a long process that took several months I finally got a garden in.