Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The Last of the Radishes

Next year I will try to remember to plant more Radish. I really enjoyed them fresh from the garden but it takes a lot to be able to have several of them each time I harvest salad greens. I also harvested the last of the Cauliflower leaves.

Radish and Cauliflower leaves
In the newly opened up spaces I planted the Mustard and Parsley that I started from seed a few weeks back. Some of the Parsley is a little damaged because I forgot to water them a couple of times. But I think they will do better once they are planted. When I replant a square I top off the settled soil with compost. And then I mix in about 1/4 cup of Garden-tone. I also like to add about a teaspoon of Kelp meal directly in the holes for each transplant.

Mustard

Square topped off with Compost and Garden-tone

A little Kelp Meal in each transplant hole


newly planted Mustard

newly planted Parsley
I also planted the Marigold I started from seed a few weeks ago into various empty spaces in the Garden.




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