salad, beets, asparagus, spuds: planting tips
I already sowed my first short rows of salad greens and arugula, one in the coldframe and one in open ground. The protected ones are up; I’ll repeat the modest sowings in open ground every 10 days or two weeks all season long, a little bit at a time, for a continuous bowl of greens. This is how I sow salad stuff.
My seed potatoes—which is what small potatoes for planting are called—should be arriving before long, and will go into the garden late this month. How I plant potatoes.
My asparagus bed is more than 20 years old and still providing; my neighbor’s is more than half again as old, and going strong. Impressive. I expect the first spears by late this month. How to plant asparagus.
I’ll plant beets soon as well, to insure lots of delicious beet-laden salads like this one, remember?
What are you planting?