As the title says, just photos of my lettuce grown in my no-dig garden.
An often asked question is when to plant out seedlings. A lot depends on what seedlings want to plant out, such as daytime temps in your garden which may or may not be ideal for the seedlings.
I consider Spring has really started when it is warm enough that I can put my Fuchsia outside.
My update about my radish and peas during a very cold period in March which I knew was coming. In short, insulation works. See details in the rest of this post.
Last year, I lost a lot of my early garden planted seedlings due to a late March cold spell. Decimated my radish and peas.
Looks like we will have another late March cold snap this year as well.
I sow almost all of my plants in trays as starters. Any time of the year. And I also like to reuse things when I can. So for some seeds I reuse egg containers to start the seeds.
February all too often is really unpredictable. And when it gets nasty, it becomes a very cold month here. A real witch to deal with.
My leeks are nearly all harvested. But they are still producing even now in January. Despite the cold, and despite the snow.