It is a perfect day for catching up in the greenhouse. Cool outside and sunny, so nicely warm under the plastic. This first picture is of the transplants I am growing. Underneath them is horse manure, more soil, and then you can see one of the wire wickets I put up for really cold nights and draped clear plastic over that. I have several kinds of tomatoes, 2 kinds of peppers, cabbages, broccoli, zinnias, marigolds, and Basil . I plan to transplant them into little paper pots, at least some of them, today.
Here is a view out the door.
And looking the other direction...
Some carrots I harvested for dinner.
And lots of nice Swiss Chard. This time of year, since I planted it last August, it starts to try to go to seed. I just cut those bolting stalks off and keep eating it. It will continue to produce all summer long. I love Swiss Chard. It tastes a lot like spinach and is much less fussy.