Big Beef Tomatoes and the Picolo F1 Cucumbers are nearly ready to be transplanted. As well as the Violet Cauliflower!

Sowed Cherry Tomatoes (Gardeners Delights) and Yellow Mandarin Tomatoes today as well. Also sowed my beautiful dragons tongue bush beans, swiss chard, shelling peas and Four Seasons Lettuce. Looking forward to a rainbow assortment in the garden this summer!

Overwintering veggies have come to life! The outdoor kale layed dormant most of the season, its looking beautiful now, though.
Planter box is now full of the transplants I was late starting during the winter - everything is growing fast!

breezytoska asked: Where did you get the little lighted greenhouse? I have been look for one like that.

Garden center has them! You can find a variety of sizes from 2 tier to a 4 tier adjustable - ranges from $40 to $80

Found some really neat additions to the garden this year - lots of colourful veggies! Purple is the colour of the year apparently.

Been prepping both my patio garden and my adopted greenhouse/garden plot at a friends outside of the city. The greenhouse has needed some TLC but we’ve finally got it cleaned up and ready to go.

Garden still needs lots of turning and filtering through - hoping the soil will be ready by spring.

Compost in my own personal bin at home is looking good and will be ready to use soon!

It begins!! Tawny Port Peppers, Oregano and Rosemary started on the top tray. Bottom tray mescluns, arugula, & a kale transplant from mid winter season. Two aloe’s chilling in the front!

It begins!! Tawny Port Peppers, Oregano and Rosemary started on the top tray. Bottom tray mescluns, arugula, & a kale transplant from mid winter season. Two aloe’s chilling in the front!

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Lots of development in the garden! Watermelons are doing a good job of taking up my trellis. Lots to go still! One melon is growing on the vine, I caught another pollinated flower this morning and another female flower budding on the second plant!
You can also see the potatoes behind the watermelon trellis too. They’re  nice and tall!
The tomatoes are taking over their little corner - just starting to flower too.

In the little containers are things I’m a little late to start - celery which I started from seed, and two kale transplants that a friend had cramped in their starter pots. They’ve grown significantly in the last week even though they were yellow and looking pretty bad. I guess the saying is true - you really can’t kill kale!