Potato hills, that is...
I knew the rules of potato planting.
When the potato plants get "so high", you mound dirt up all around the plant, so that just the top few inches of the plant sticks out above the dirt.
I JUST DIDN'T KNOW IT WOULD TAKE MANY WHEEL BARROWS OF DIRT TO ACCOMPLISH THIS!!!
(neither did Sam, our 20 yos, who I enlisted to get the dirt for me!)
So now that's done!
A peek at our Lincoln peas, growing up around our pseudo windmill.
Surrounding the peas are a variety of lettuces, carrots, beans, leeks, chard, broccoli raab, and radishes.
Growing up all nice like.
We have already had many salads off this garden, with so many more to come.
You know the drill.
Cut, eat, and cut and eat some more!
BRING IT ON!
A portion of the herbe garden.
The sage has taken over, and I have had to hoik some out to make room for some of the other herbes.
Last year I planted one, lonesome dill plant.
It went to seed before I could hardly use any of it.
This year, there is dill everywhere.
Dill I did not plant.
In the garden.
In the grass.
Growing under the sage that ate Manhattan.
Dill pickles anyone???
How is YOUR garden growing?