Fall and Winter Garden pics
With the way the weather has been, I was never in a big hurry to get my fall and winter garden planted. I know I should have had it in a few weeks earlier, but I didn't have time. So, over the last two weekends over 200 tomatoes plants came out, plastic pulled out, drip pulled up, tilled recomposed, beds formed and either seeded or transplanted everything (except one row of later tomatoes)
Here are some pictures..
Tomatoes tore out
Ground Tilled, much drier than usual
Napa Cabbage, Tokyo Bekana, Bok Choy
Black Seeded Simpson, Red Sails, Red and Green Oakleaf and Cilantro
Summer Crisp Lettuce 5 varieties, Buttercrunch and Romaine
Red Russian Kale and Winterbor Kale
Chard and Toscano Kale
Here is the spinach that was direct seeded, 1200 row feet
First Planting, about the size of a sharpie marker
Close up of Napoli
Round 2 of carrots
We still have tomatoes growing in the two movable buildings. They will be moved over the carrots after the tomatoes freeze out. There is also half of another big building with tomatoes and cherry tomatoes. They will be pulled when they freeze and carrots for next year will be seeded or something will be transplanted there. We have the last building that has peppers planted in it. Those are coming out and Radishes, Turnips and more greens will be transplanted into that space.
It has been lots of work, but well worth it!