The left side still has the peppers going strong. I have decided to leave them until they wear themselves out.
Lots of little green, orange, and red peppers. Believe it or not, these first peppers came from seeds from a bag of, "Mini peppers" that I had purchased at one of the mega-stores to make chilli with. I held onto them for about 1 year, and they still came up and are producing like crazy. Just plain dumb luck is what I accredit it to.
These are beds of beets, Bull Red Beet, and Giant Yellow Beets. Also radishes, Sparkle and French Breakfast.
The radishes are the first to come up.....within days of planting.
I also put in new tomato plants: Ludmilla Red Plum, Carbon, and Black Elephant. The ones to the left are seeds that I had from an old heirloom called Zapotec Pleated. I grew them about 2 years ago and they were huge, beautiful, and tasty.
Right down this 25 foot strip, I have planted a huge variety of pea plants. Such as Sugar Ann, Wando, Oregon Sugar Pod, Oregon Giant, Mammoth Melting Sugar, Little Marvel Pea, and of course the Fava Bean Loraine. I am hoping for not only a great pea surplus, but for these to help fix nitrogen in the soil.
Last but not least..the two little ones who are my constant companions are ever present in my planting. I have lots more to put in this month, and will keep you all posted.
Until then, Be Safe!