Back at the end of October, over at Not Dabbling in Normal, I posted some photos and notes about what was happening in our garden. There was a photo of one of the beds that had recently been raised higher and planted with transplants from a nursery.
This is what that particular bed looks like right now. Quite a difference!
One of the broccoli got a little top heavy and I had to stake it upright. It seems quite happy now. There are a couple of varieties of cabbage, some that are growing quite large! Another that is much smaller and not taking over as much.
I added some Red Sails lettuce in between each plant and they are doing really really well. The leaves are about twice the size of my hands and amazing.
Everything in that box is growing like crazy. I attribute that to a few things; I got the plants in earlier than I normally do so they have a nice head start and all that fresh new manure, compost and dirt along with things I added like green sand, zeolite, rock phosphate, bone meal, blood meal and probably a few other things I have forgotten already.
We are eating lettuce like crazy and looking forward to some wonderful broccoli and cabbage in the future.
How is garden doing right now?