The beet seeds seemed to have completely germinated -- more then I expected. They're growing well too!
The bed of Jade Bush beans are up and definitely benefited from the lightening storm we had the other night.
Lest you think everything is growing well, I definitely had a germination fail in the carrot bed. The entire row of "Tendersweet" carrots seem to have about a 25% germination, and these were new seeds, too. They look pretty sad next to the other three varieties. Tsk!
John's grapes are waking up slowly. There's even a few small clusters of grapes on some of them.
Today I planted a patch of Red Swan bush beans in Bed #4A. In between these and the hot peppers I tucked in a row of red onions that I still needed to get in the ground.
And at the end of bed #4A John put in a short fence for a few cucumbers plants. I'm not growing a whole lot of these since I made lots of pickles last year and don't need to make any for a few years. These Burpless F1 Hybrid Cucumbers will be just for fresh eating.
The tomatillo are looking fantastic - they are a good 2 foot tall already and the Amarillo plants already have small fruit on them.
Some excitement this week! We found our first ripe mulberries - very tiny - but still exciting! I'm sure they will be bigger each year, but I was so happy to see these!
My outdoor sink came in today so tomorrow John is going to install it for me! More tomorrow!