The idea of "vegetable love" has always made me smile.
Hoping that we had the last heavy frost of the year on Saturday. It was an incredibly beautiful day and a fair amount got done in the garden.
One project was moving primroses. The primrose bed was in the shade during the afternoon. Not any more!
What replaced the primroses? Cabbages! Also planted a little bit of lettuce. Might stick a few radishes in too. This is in the front garden too! In general, the vegetables are really getting mixed up with the perennials, herbs and shrubs.
I also weeded the area where the squash are going, planted a small asparagus bed, put the onion sets out, and planted a few shrubs that I was given. Felt like a very productive four hours!
Today a bit more lettuce and some sweet peas were planted. And I reorganized my vegetable seed/plant info. I wanted to put my seed/plant list in one spot where it would be easy to update. Taking photos of everything to help me keep track was getting a bit hard to manage. The goal this year is to keep track of what is planted, when it was planted, when it gets harvested, and how much was harvested. This is my solution: The Victory Garden Plant/Seed list. Just looking at my archives for "Vegetable Love" made me realize how much more complete my garden notes are this year.