(Awesome kitchen garden planning tool from Gardener's Supply Company!)
- Cherry tomato "Blondkopfchen"
- Plum tomato "San Marzano" (2)
- Beefsteak tomato "Brandywine Sudduth's Strain"
Carrot "Calliope Blend" (Botanical Interests)
- Purple Sweet Bell
- Yellow Belle
- Red Bell
Radish "Plum Purple" (Seed Savers)
Beet "Chioggia" (Seed Savers)
Cantaloupe "Hearts of Gold" (Livingston Seed Co.)
Pumpkin "Small Sweet Sugar/Pie" (Livingston Seed)
Cucumber "Russian Pickling" (Seed Savers)
Zucchini "Black Beauty" (Seed Savers)
Tomatoes and peppers (and some basil) were small seedlings, but everything else was just directly sown from seed! We'll see how they do. On the left side, I planted some Empress of India nasturtiums as a front border, and on the left, I sprinkled Red Marietta marigolds all over the place.
I planted lettuce and carrots in the same rows, and radishes and parsnips together too. Good space-saving technique I read about, since the carrots and parsnips take 2-3 months to mature, and radishes and lettuce just a few weeks.
Row markers: popsicle stick + sharpie.
My little garden helper. We have matching bike helmets!
Can't wait to see some little sprouts popping up soon!!