The seed order is in and my plan (such as it is) for this year’s garden is done. I will need to start some of my seeds in the next few weeks. This will require once again that I take over my friend’s furnace room. It’s warm and out of the way and we can set up shelves and lights without worrying about cluttering up a main living area.
This year’s garden will be less diverse, better spaced, and less haphazard. I say this each year, but then once I’m actually crawling around in the dirt planting stuff, I go nuts. I start scattering seeds hither and yon, willy nilly, dervishly spinning and tossing.
In any event, here’s the picture of the plan (click to embiggen). I am trying to focus on the plants that I like to grow and eat the most. These tend to be greens – especially cut and go types, beans (solely poley this year), broccoli, and peas. I like vegetables that keep producing, but I am planning successions as usual this year.