I just wanted to share a wonderful resource for Oklahoma gardeners. OSU publishes some wonderful online PDFs on gardening/farming. I've been eyeing the Fall Gardening PDF in particular lately and will be starting some broccoli seeds indoors before long.
A few garden updates:
- My Sugar Snap Peas stopped producing and started looking a little dried up, so I've taken them out and plan to grow more in the fall. The Genovese Tomato plant should get a little more sun as a result.
- I'll be harvesting the last of the lettuce this week. I planted some greens so we might be able to keep the salad coming for a while, I but suspect it'll get so hot I'll have to pick them young. I let one Little Gem Romaine bolt and think we should be seeing a blossom soon. I'll have to do some research to see if there are any special methods to save the seed.
- The tomatoes are going strong! Tons of cherry tomatoes, at least two green Genovese Tomatoes, and flowers on the brandywines! I am so excited!!!
- We have wee baby cucumbers, one of which is longer than my thumb. Their vines are growing like mad, and it's been a little bit of a challenge to train them to the trellis.
I hope everyone's June is productive!