Hey! It has been a long cold spring in this country.
I saw euge post hugleculture and man the google images that come out of that will drive a gardener keeerazy.
Wow, it has been a while. I ate the first strawberry yestern. Good because the rhubarb is rockin.
Peas still retarded at 5 inches tall. duh.
first lettuces and spinach ready. Ate some first onion from last years regen.
garlic tall at 10 leaves
potatoes sprouting in new rehashed beds per vertical1
hops crazy prolific in early spring moisture and coolness; I hacked away over a hundred pounds of veg matter.
Might try and get some pics for the garden thread.
For now, I will leave you with the bliss of irrigating pasture in the west.
I loves me my headgate
the horses love the pasture,
and the compost loves the horses,
the garden loves the compost.
Umm yea, that is how I justify my hayburners as food.
.....but I did get 6 plum trees in the ground this spring
Who knows about orange irrigation dams? Good times.