I have been busy again in the garden yesterday. There is so much prep work to do, yet I am grateful, the mild winter meant, that I am able to start much earlier this year. I have pulled weeds out of the flower beds, moved the tiny lilac bush out of harms way (the dogs). Set some more stones to finish of the bed for all my bushes and planted my blueberry bush in the last available space.
I also planted another row of carrots and a row of peas. Two rows of fodder crops went in the soil as well. This early spring means, that I am able to plant a row or so each week, meaning I can maximize harvest for several weeks and not have everything ready at once. I have planted some more tomato and kohlrabi seeds and checked out the greenhouse, where salad is coming out now.
Due to us having no frost or snow or rain, the soil dries out the moment you work on it, which means I need to make sure I give the seeds plenty of water to start growin.
|look at the onions|
|added wood chips underneath the bushes|
|inside the greenhouse|
|planting fodder crops|
|more fodder crops|
|burning some of the old wood|