I wanted to share some of the photos I took of my little veggie garden. It started off smaller, then expanded, and expanded.
For now, I’m posting wide angles, but soon, I’ll share more detailed photos to show the growth of each plant.
Last season, we started with a very small patch of garden, as you can see from notes on two photos. Our first expansion was adding a few more feet next to the fence, and another row with a pathway.
Here’s what it looked like on 5/24 (with notations for last season).
We’ve got (1st row near fence) snap & shell peas, a large perennial oregano plant, beet seedlings, more peas, pickling cucumbers, then (2nd row), carrots, lettuce, brussells sprouts, red cabbage, and eggplant. In containers, there’s red cabbage, potatoes, (2) lettuce, and (2) brussels sprouts.
Oh and we also have grape vines in the fence corner, and another vine in the middle area of the fence.
The containers were placed on top of long metal fence posts to allow good drainage.