With all the rain we had in the Northeast, the garden is doing really well this season.
We have already harvested asparagus, lettuce, cilantro, spinach, kale and arugula this season.
The Black Raspberries are starting to take shape, hoping for a great harvest.
The pole beans have really grown a lot over the last week. We grow our pole beans on bamboo tepees, which allows us to grow a squash plant in the center of the tepee.
The broccoli plants are starting to form nice heads.
In one bed we have our broccoli plants on one side and lettuce and herbs on the other.
We had really good germination with our carrot seeds this season, only a few blank spaces in the rows.
Our kale is doing great this year, we have already harvested from these rows several times.
We planted swiss chard and spinach between our rows of sugar snap peas.
The sugar snap peas are growing nicely. We have been saving and growing this variety for over 12 years now.
We have blossoms on the sugar snap peas.
The tomatoes and peppers are growing nicely. The cucumbers are starting to grow at the bottom of the trellis.
We decide to put red plastic under our tomato plants this year.
We have lots of apples forming on our apple espaliers this year.
I hope your season has started off great as well.
Love the espaliered apples! You have a lot of good eating growing there! Inspiring!