Planted: peas, radishes, arugula, spinach and parsley.

Planted all the “cold-weather” veggies today, including Sugar Lace snap peas, spinach (space), arugula, radishes (easter egg blend and french breakfast) and parsley (hardy Italian and curly moss).

Plot C: peas, spinach, arugula, radishes planted on March 6. Garlic planted in late October 2010, has already started to sprout.

I soaked the peas for about an hour in water until they started to swell, then added the package of seed inoculant and let that mix with the peas for about an hour. Planted the entire package of peas (300 seeds) in about six rows down the center of the planter. These are tall plants and will need trellises later.

One one side of the peas I planted half a row of arugula and half a row of spinach, and on the other side I planted a row of radishes (two varieties).

Also planted a row of parsley in the small (flower) bed.

Next week: kale!

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About Chrystal

This blog is my online journal to keep track of what is going on in different parts of the garden, different times of the year.
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