Thursday, April 28, 2011

Garden 2011: Recap #2

Center:  Jo removed the cloches from our broccoli, cauliflower and Chinese cabbage.  She then covered the bed with a wire tunnel to keep rabbits from eating their fill.


1. Cauliflower (4/17/11)
2. Cherry Bell radishes (4/16/11)
3.  Comfrey does well in the spring, but suffers in our hot, dry summer.  (4/16/11)
4. Partially mulched broccoli. (4/17/11)
5. Lettuce (4/16/11)
6. Chinese cabbage. (4/17/11)



Lisa at Greenbow said...

Your garden looks so promising sitting there all nice and neat. What do you do with your comfrey? I know it is an herb but I don't know what to do with it. I actually have it in my garden as an ornamental. It is in partial shade so it does well all summer. I like it because when it starts to bloom it blooms until frost. The bees love it.

TexWisGirl said...

oh that wire tunnel is great - and, i'm sure, quite the necessity! :)

Marvin said...

Lisa: We don't actually do anything with the comfrey. I reckon we also just grow it as an ornamental. It is pretty (until ours dies back in the heat) and we enjoy its blooms and the pollinators they attract.

Chamkile Din... Shimmering Days said...

I have been visiting your site for a few weeks now, very nice garden, pictures and site :-)

I have started with my backyard garden this year. Whats the purpose of the cloches? What stage do you put them on?