Monday, June 16, 2014

Flowering Thyme and Red Frilly Mustard

Pictures from earlier this afternoon.  In the last 20 minutes, the sky has clouded over and thunder is booming in the sky.  Maybe we'll get some much-needed rain.

The thyme has started to flower.  Pretty!  :)

Red Frilly Mustard.  This germinated quickly and at a rate of close to 100%.  I have transplanted a few to the main (south) garden and they seem to have tolerated the move.

Vermont Cranberry beans on the left, healthy broccoli and cauliflower plants in the middle, a short row of Topcrop beans (I think) on the right.

One more casualty of Karl's ecstatic morning rolls in the garden...

Tom Thumb lettuce in the length of gutter beneath the plant room window.  Each one apparently grows to the size of a baseball.

Marigold in with an Opalka tomato plant.

Tomatoes, etc at the back of the house.

Onions on the bottom, Bloomsdale spinach in the middle, Swiss chard at the top.  A few of the spinach plants are bolting already!  :(

Shasta Daisy.  I plant this seed last year and nothing germinated until about a month before our first snow.  The little bit that grew survived the winter and it looks like it will bloom this summer.

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