Here it is in June so it is time for an update. We have had some very cool - okay unseasonably cold - weather here in the Pacific Northwest. Our garden has been planted but it has been struggling due to the cold.
We have a great crop of lettuce. We planted three types; red leaf, green leaf and oak leaf. I really like both the red leaf and green leaf varieties. I'm not crazy about the oak leaf lettuce variety Mascara. It has grown much larger than I thought it would. It is rather bland also. We had been having some great salads.
The peas are coming along fine. The bush snap peas have a few pods.
The Swiss Chard was attached by leaf miners. G build a cloche out of reemay and chicken wire. I think it is working.
The warmer plants that are outside are struggling. The eggplant, zucchini and tomatoes that were hardened off are doing okay. But the green beans are just barely growing and are rather yellow. We didn't harden off the patty pan squash and it is really having a hard time. It turned yellow due to the cold. We've put a cloche around it and it is starting to green.
Tomatoes are in the greenhouse and they are doing fine. In fact we have our first tomato on the Stupice.