Due to a nice warm spring here in Vermont, our garden is off to a great start. Here are some photos from a couple of weeks ago, stuff is much bigger now.
We are trying out some new trellis ideas. The trellis netting works great for most things (tomatoes, peas, beans, cucumbers), but couldn’t really hang (no pun intended) with the heavier squashes such as Blue Hubbard. Here is a new trellis I built using scrap wood and chicken wire. May build a few more, this only took about an hour.
Peas poking through and then a few weeks later
Garlic off to a good start. It’s almost 2 feet high now
Bought a tiller
Cabbage overwintered in cold frame. Soon after we transplanted it, the chickens got into it. This poor cabbage can’t catch a break. It’s still limping along, so maybe it will come back.
You can see more photos and keep up with our 2013 garden on Flickr.