This is the side yard. Collards, Red Russian Kale, and some Dwarf Curly Kale.
These are the front two beds. Some echinicea that overwintered, some more kale, and some basil.
|Marvel of Four Seasons/SSE||Red FLame/SSE||Black Seeded Simpson/Br||Grandpa Admires/SSE||Arugula/SSE|
|Amish Deer Tongue/SSE||Slobolt/SSE||Gulley’s Favorite/SSE||Tatsoi/SSE||Arugula/SSE|
|Bronze Arrowhead/SSE||Lettuce Mixture/SSE||Waldron’s Dark Green/SoC||Endive: Tres Fine/SSE||Arugula/SSE|
|For Ellen Schluss/SSE||Green Oak Leaf||Mesclun||?||Arugula/SSE|
This bed is partially inspired by this article on the history of lettuce.
North section in the far part of the project.
SSE Gulley’s Favorite (60 days)
SSE Red Romaine (70 days)
SSE Forelleschluss (55 days)
SSE Flame (60 days)
SSE Bronze Arrowhead (40-50 days)
SSE Amish Deer Tongue (x2) (45-55 days)
Territorial Flashy Trout (x2) (Bought Pelleted by accident and unclear why I don’t do this more) (55 days)
SSE Green Oak Leaf (50 days)
Trying these under an LED light.
SSE Collard Greens “Old Timey Blue” (60-80 days)
F-M Collard Greens “Georgia Southern”
F-M Kale “Dwarf Blue Curled”
SSE Kale “Dwarf Blue Scotch”
SSE Kale “Scarley:
SSE Kale “Lacinato” (62 days from transplant)
SSE Kale “Delaway”
Territorial Kale “Red Ursa”
SSE Arugula (tomorrow)
Nice to have a project on compost going and have the NYT publish a magazine feature on urban compost.
There was an article in the print version yesterday about a student project to cap deep sea wells that I’m not finding right now.
Got back from vacation and the garden had cooked the lettuce into giant flowers. May be too hot, but I’m going to try and start summer plants with the hopes I can harvest in October.
SSE: Hartman’s Yellow Gooseberry
SSE: Plum Lemon
SSE: Gold Rush Currant
All of the left over basil seeds.
SFL: The SFL has been a great success although I’m worried its life in the neighborhood is winding down. When we went to bed, there were 8+ books, including a battered but readable copy of Angle of Repose. When we woke up, there was this:
A neighbor around the corner uses their tree for political (moral?) messages. Love this one.
And the current status of my community garden plot. Chard! Hooray Chard!