Today I am going to share an update of the few things that are growing out in the garden. Its been cold here until recently so only the brassicas and very well protected tomatoes have gone out!
Ages ago I started the early cabbage, kale and bok choi as seedlings inside the house.
Then they were transplanted outside to endure freezing temps, snow, ice, freezing rain, really cold rain, smothering under plastic.
When it warmed up a bit I replaced the cold frames with heavy floating row cover material.
Today, the early cabbage, kale, and bok choi are thriving under the heavy row cover material! Note, I interplanted with spinach as well.
I also planted out tomatoes under milk jug cloches.
Whole bed of 30 some tomatoes transplanted.
Even planted some tomatoes out with the now producing asparagus patch, they are meant to be great companions.
The mesclun lettuce and spinach under the heavy row covers are growing to town.
Garlic chives that over wintered are growing to beat the band.
Here s one of our 5 cats, Bass, looking for any spare pastured poultry that may be in the chicken tractor.
Next post will be more on our diary goat herd!