Accomplished a lot this morning! Planted my onions and lettuce, and transplanted 2 bean plants. Wed, thurs and Friday mornings before noon I need to get my other section dug up for the rest of the beans, squash, cukes and other root veggies.
I'll try to upload pics when I get the other section done. Right now I think expert gardeners would be turned off of what it looks like right now.
Planting the cukes in the ground last week seem to ward off anything that was trying to eat them while there were still in the containers. They are doing fine planted next to the marigolds which are starting to bloom more each day also.
I'm getting excited as I see the peas coming up which I'm told in this area they will do great here, and the beans will too, as I remember from the one pea plant and one bean plant I did last year. I did 8 peas and 9 beans this year. I am looking for a processing canner or I'll can them in vinegar in a water bath if I can't find one. (A good excuse to get the processing canner is hubby doesn't like vinegar, and the peas would be great for the tuna salad he and dd do quite a bit.)
I'm taking on another caregiving job this week so I'll be having to get up earlier before Curves as the weather warms up to work out there.