Well no silver bells and cockle shells here. I do have peas however. So far I have about 11 feet of peas up. I want to finish planting the last 5 feet of the row. I decide this year to plant them in stages. I'm hoping the harvest will be more even and last longer. I don't know if it will work or not, but I'll probably plant the last of the peas this weekend.
The allium bed is planted in garlic in the front and four kinds of onions in the back. It is growing pretty well. I'll probably give the onions some fish fertilizer soon. I don't use the stuff often as it smells dreadful, but for good onions, I'm willing.
The rhubarb is jumping up. Well one of them is. If you look in the right lower corner you will see the second rhubarb. It has just a couple of leaves. I don't know why one is growing like crazy and the other is struggling so much.
This is my volunteer lettuce. I had some over winter. This would be that. It is starting to grow. I don't know whether it will make good lettuce or not, but I figured it wouldn't hurt. It might bolt prematurely. I have some lettuce blocks ready to plant but I won't put them in until the heat wave is over.
I haven't shown you the herbs. I have tons of cilanto still and the rest of the herb garden. I also have the spinach that I showed you yesterday and the brassica bed I showed you earlier in the week when I planted it up. I would say the garden is doing well. The heat wave that is going to hit might cause problems. I hope not. It won't last long before the normal cool weather is back. Wednesday is predicted to be normal temps. These swings have got to be hard on the plants.