The Start of my Garden

We have had a bit of a prolonged winter here in Colorado with snow in May (though that is really not that unusual). I planted this portion of my garden from seed (except the cabbage) and it has all fared well even with the cold weather. I plan to plant my herbs and tomatoes (and squash, and whatever else I can fit in here) in the next few weeks. There is still a good chance of overnight lows dropping below 50 and I don’t want to jeopardize the rest of the garden.

1x1.trans The Start of my GardenThis is a wide shot of everything that is planted so far.
1x1.trans The Start of my GardenRadishes
1x1.trans The Start of my GardenCarrots
1x1.trans The Start of my GardenGreen leaf lettuce
1x1.trans The Start of my GardenMescalin lettuce mix (so far I see red and green leaf lettuce, romaine, kale, and arugula for sure).
1x1.trans The Start of my GardenPeas
1x1.trans The Start of my GardenLeaks
1x1.trans The Start of my GardenWinter sewn garlic that I got from a woman through freecycle.
1x1.trans The Start of my GardenCabbage. The little card that comes with it shows a baby next to the head of cabbage and the cabbage is larger! We will see if mine grows well enough to take similar pictures this summer.
Are you gardening this year? Have pictures? Advice? Comment or link up below! 1x1.trans The Start of my Garden
About Amanda

Amanda Larson is a mother, wife, lawyer and aspiring cook. She truly believes that you can live green and eat well while sticking to a budget. Through her posts she shares her tips on how she does it!

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  1. Your garden looks great!

    I'm getting a late start to my garden this year because of the prolonged winter. We are actually expecting more snow this weekend. Bleh! I'm afraid my tomatoes are going to have to stay in the green house until June.

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