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June in Nor Cal & Coastal Valleys

Post  Shoda on 6/7/2010, 12:09 pm

It is now June! Can you believe it? Hope your garden is growing well. Please post some updates on how your SFG is doing, what you plan on planting and any challenges you might have! I can't wait to see those pictures.
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Shoda's Garden in June

Post  Shoda on 6/21/2010, 7:03 pm

I finally got my camera fixed so here is my garden update.



This garden bed has some romaine lettuce, beets, broccoli, peppers, eggplant, chard and a trellis of cucumbers. The bed to the back left has tomatoes, garlic, basil, leeks and cilantro. All are growing pretty well even the cool weather plants like the broccoli. We have had a cool spring so far and the temps haven't been over 90 much.



Here is a picture of our first "baby" eggplant. Isn't it cute? It is about the size of a quarter.

This 4x6 bed has three large summer squash and a 6' long trellis of pole beans (we are trying 3 varieties). I finally tossed some organic fertilizer on this bed as everything was getting a little yellow.



And here is a picture of our Patty Pan squash. This is the only one we haven't gotten squash from yet. It is producing tons of female squash and not so many male squash blossoms. So, I am trying to pollinate it with pollen from the zucchini and crook neck squash. Hopefully it will work.

We are eating produce from our garden almost every day now. How does your garden grow in June? Please don't leave me talking to myself.
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