Finally had a few showers, mostly during the night. There was a downpour with some hail earlier this week, which didn´t help people with grape vines who suffered a frost a week ago, but didn´t do any damage here.
Seeds still germinating. The squashes have been potted up, waiting for new beds which will require a trip to the horsey place for manure.
Got the tomato panels up and some RAF and some Santiago black tomato starts planted.
Gave up on the parsnips and turned the bed that will be peppers. Ate the garlic scapes in a scramble and a stir fry. Now, enjoying fresh salads, too.
Calima bush beans transplanted.
And FINALLY the potatoes showed. Whew!
Iris are still going.
Don Juan looks spectacular. Unsurprisingly, I´m a little in love with him.
V couldn´t wait and planted some annuals in the beds around the old oven.
An unknown rose, fighting with the old grapes for a space. Unfortunately, no scent.
The unknown pink rose that climbs the crabapple. She smells really good.
Breo enjoying a sunny break. Judging from the dirt on his nose, he´s been in the veggie plot again. Must arrange more secure fencing.