It’s all ages in the garden getting the overwintered spinach pulled out and ready to plant new starts. Started with one bed, did two. Tired, but proud of a job well done!
The winter cover crops we turned over in February are totally composted in, and we’re moving into major planting mode of the starts we’ve been growing in the greenhouse.
This spring has been cold, as usual, but the plants love being protected under the cloches.
We’re having a good harvest from overwintering chard and kale, and February-planted lettuce and kale from the hoophouse. Argentata chard has been a real winner for us.