Veggie Garden Update: Early Spring

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Veggie Garden Update: Early Spring | angiethefreckledrose.comIt’s lastly heat and it’s time to get rising once more!

I’m again exterior engaged on my vegetable and herb backyard. There is a lot work to be accomplished, and I’m gearing up for the problem. 

I develop in zone 6a Massachusetts the place we haven’t hit the date for final frost fairly but. We’re getting there! The rising season right here is brief, so I attempt to make the most of it as a lot as I can. 

My edibles are grown in raised beds, vertical planters and large pots.

Spring Task List

✓ Add new soil to every mattress

✓ Add cow manure to every mattress

✓ Add layer of worm castings to pots and vertical gardens

✓ Fertilize garlic mattress with blood meal

✓ Mulch in strawberry mattress with new straw

Perennial Herbs

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Garden Sage

 

I’m very happy with my backyard sage. It was began from seed indoors underneath develop lights 3 years in the past.

This is the primary yr it’s actually taken off and the plant presently has flower buds proper now. 

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Lemon Balm

 

The lemon balm is doing nice. I discovered a praying mantis egg contained in the plant proper after the snow melted! 

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Chocolate Mint

I really like having mint inside my backyard beds. It’s very straightforward to comprise so long as I trim it again each spring. 

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Catnip

I had two catnip crops in a raised backyard mattress final summer time. I dug them out and moved them to a unique location.

There are actually tiny catnip crops popping up in every single place. This large one will likely be moved quickly, however till then, it’s very fairly to take a look at. 

 

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Oregano

My oregano isn’t coming again very sturdy this yr. Once I fill the mattress with new soil, I’ll add a pair extra crops.

 

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Onion Chives

I’m harvesting the onion chives about as soon as every week. Looks like most of my crops are on the point of bloom!

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Chicken photograph bomb

 

Nellie has been recovering from her foot damage. In the meantime, she will get full reign within the veggie backyard.

Vertical Garden

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I’m so excited to have the GreenStalk Garden again up and working. I added new soil this yr and the crops are all doing nice to this point! 

 

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This is my first yr rising cabbage within the vertical backyard. I’m excited to see the way it will do. 

 

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Parsley

 

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Marigolds

 

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Red Lettuce

 

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Cabbage

More From The Garden

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Jasmine

 

This Jasmine I planted two years in the past isn’t presupposed to be a perennial in my zone. I believe because it’s insulated within the backyard mattress, that helps protect it from the chilly temperatures. 

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Starting to bud. 

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My rain gauge broke over the winter, however I nonetheless assume that is fairly for adornment.

 

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Arugula

 

I’m protecting my arugula underneath a shade material to guard it from any intense mid-day warmth.

 

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Red Lettuce

 

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Garlic

 

The garlic mattress is stuffed with life proper now! I wrote a publish about planting it final fall, and it’s exceeded my expectations! 

 

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Scallion

 

My first yr rising scallions within the backyard!

 

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Bug Hotel

 

Hoping to get some inhabitants within the bug resort quickly!

 

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Asparagus

 

I planted asparagus 3 years in the past, and that is my first yr I get to reap it!

My first asparagus harvest was on the finish of April. Here’s my second harvest rising in.

 

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Strawberry Spinach

 

My strawberry spinach overwintered effectively. I’ve been letting the chickens nibble on it. One plant is roofed and one is theirs to munch!

 

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So that’s the early spring replace.

There’s a lot rising and altering every day! I completely love this time of yr.

Thank you for studying and pleased rising!

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Hey! I’m Angie, A millennial living in New England. I enjoy sharing about what I grow right in my own backyard. Here you can learn simple tips to help you grow your own vegetables, herbs and flowers. Stick around and join me for budget friendly ideas, easy DIY projects, fresh recipes and more.

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