As you can see, the cheap-o seeds left over from last year are doing better than the expensive ones, at least for now.
|cheap-o lettuce seeds|
|expensive lettuce seeds|
Kale is up as well...
It reminds me of clover, the nurse leaves are 4 lobed.
(Why do we use the singular for "lettuce" and "kale," yet the plural for "radishes"? There is more than one kale growing, and lots of kinds of lettuce/lettuces.)
The Cascadia peas are doing well. A few have reached the string trellis.
The soil heap in the driveway is down to a manageable size. Another day or two should take care of it. Update! The soil is gone! My son and I moved it all to the back yesterday. The last few loads we just dumped under the cedar trees, so I can move it at my leisure. I need some of it for the rest of the herb garden, and for my planing seeds in the peat pots this weekend.
|remaining soil in driveway (note rocks on the side, more of the rocks I mentioned previously...at least these are shared with the neighbor!)|