Semi Dryland Update
s I stated in the previous post, I do use irrigation where appropriate. This is our main garden, which is where most of the fine seed gets planted, and where we do most of our succession plantings. Due to the gardens long narrow shape it is hard to get one photo that shows what is growing there. This garden gets spot watered occasionally, usually if we set out transplants or are direct seeding in hot, dry weather.
Chickweed, which tells you how cool our summer has been until recently. Chickweed usually leaves the garden by the end of June.
Pole beans drying down for seed. I’m still getting enough beans for a mess.
South end looking north – cabbage, celeriac, cauliflower (already harvested), broccoli.
Romanesco broccoli or cauliflower – VeronicaF1.
Diablo Brussels Sprouts and volunteer Calendula.
Red Bull Brussels Sprouts.