This square is also Swiss Chard and one tomato plant and one plant that has yet to be identified. It looked interesting so I popped it in a pot to see what would come of it.
These are all Swiss Chard except one Tomato in a pot. The tomato was growing all on it’s own in a neighboring square. I don’t know where it will fit in my garden, but I will find it a home. I thinned out the Swiss Chard and have some extra that I need to pass … Read more
This lettuce variety is called Valmaine. It is really crisp and great for Ceasar Salad.
This square has a Marigold (top left), Pepper (top right), Radicchio (bottom left).
This square has a Sorrel and a Pepper. The Pepper plant is kind of hidden in this picture, but not so much in the garden. The Sorrel is really taking off though. I guess it’s time for another salad.
Top left is a Marigold. Bottom left is the end of Curly Endive. It started to go to seed, but I like how it looks so I have not pulled it out yet. There is a pepper plant in there too. It is not overcrowded, it just looks like it in the picture.
This is my Leopard Leaf Lettuce. I only have one of these plants. Around it I planted corn salad. The corn salad has not sprouted yet.
This is Red Leaf Lettuce. I only have one head of it, so I take leaves from it sparingly. I planted Mustard Spinach around it and can already see the sprouts. I really wonder what it is going to taste like.