My poor, soggy garden. All this rain is starting to be a bit ridiculous.
We waited to plant our garden quite a bit later this year because our garden spot was a giant mud bog.
Great for kids and dogs, bad for seeds and little plants.
I did take some pictures though, on Sunday. We had a little break in the rain and I took full advantage of it.
For your viewing pleasure, my peas:
How about tomatoes?
This is actually "Brandywine" tomatoes, eggplant and paprika peppers.
The black plastic is very distracting in this picture. My kids had been using it as a slip-n-slide the day before so that doesn't help either.
These are Roma, "Early Girl", "Sungold" and "Big Beef" tomatoes.
I still have to buy a red and a yellow cherry tomato for salad use.
The one thing that is doing amazingly well in all this rain, though, are these:
They are loving the cool, wet days.
We also have pumpkins, zucchini, watermelons and cantaloupes in the ground.
We have yet to plant corn, cucumbers (pickling ans slicing), lettuce, carrots, radishes, spring onions, spinach, banana peppers and jalapenos.
Also going to (hopefully) go in this weekend are the herbs.
It's a late garden year, unless you have a greenhouse. Several people we have talked to have had to re plant their whole garden due to the seeds rotting.
Welcome to Oregon, land of Spring all year round.
At least it seems like it this year.....