The only thing I had on my to do list today was to water and feed all the veggies and transplant the celery into pots. While I was watering I gave everything a real good look and found green aphids on the pumpkin bloom. Only a few so I took them off with my fingers and gave the flower a light spray of insecticidal soap. The rest of the plants looked to be in good shape.
Lets start the tour...
Bed 1 photos below
The cherry tomatoes are holding up quite well in their new home. They have grown a little since their move from the greenhouse.
This one has a few buds on it. I thought about removing them but I think I'll let them stay to see how they do.
One of the two bush tomatoes.
Bed 2 Photos below
The celery is getting so big! I need to move them to make room for the cucumbers and watermelons.
So I transplanted them into pots. I'll have to water them a little more.
(Thanks Jenn :>))
Bed 3 Photos below
I've never had much luck growing cilantro (in pots) over the years. But I think this year my luck has changed. I have four plants in bed 2 and they are all doing well.
The bell peppers are growing slowly and seem to be healthy.
I spotted some buds on a few of them.
Mini greenhouse for the peppers and pumpkin.
Bed 4 Photos below
The first planting of onions are coming up.
The garlic is growing really fast.
The spinach is sprouting.
Greenhouse Photos below
Winter squash and zucchini
The Corn and Cucumber are sprouting.
I find it interesting that the leaves on the pumpkin peppers have thorns on them.
Bush Tomatoes. These were my backups just in case the bush tomatoes in bed 1 didn't make it. I think I will be planting these in my sisters yard.
Between beds 2 and 3
Sugar Snap Peas
Potato bed 2
Red Norland Potato
Random Photos over the last few days...