As promised, some more photos of the Evil Plot from my watering today. The tomato (this particular plant is called Mrs. Robinson) has really bad sunburn. Didn't give it enough time to harden before I put it outside full time last week. She's called Mrs. Robinson because she's the first of the batch to "Graduate" to the outside world from inside the indoor nursery.
The pepper plant is also badly burnt. They are showing signs of new leaves forming though, which means they'll pull through.
|Too much sun for even the sun-loving peppers!|
|Carrots are appearing|
|There will be more greens than I'll ever know what to do with. Good thing the local Food Bank accepts donations|
|A whole crop of peas are poking through. Will need to build a frame |
to support the plant in a jiffy before they climb out of the Plot
|Onions! Plenty of Onions!|
|Randomly scattered Amaranth seeds have sprouted over the potato planted in the middle trough.|
They will be harvested soon and make way for the potatoes green that will poke out of the soil in a few weeks
|This might be more spinach ... will know when the true leaves come out.|
|Spinach transplanted last week has already bolted! Shocking! Might harvest this tomorrow and plant some chard in it's place|
|I love Swiss Chards. They taste so much better than spinach, anyways.|