We’re coming into the longest days of the year and while it may not feel like true summer yet, little summery bouquets or fresh salads keep our spirits up and have us continually falling in love with gardening in the Pacific Northwest.
Let us know how we can help you in your garden this season! There is still time to plant lots of perennials and all of the heat-loving vegetables. Please contact us for more info about our consultation package or to schedule a walk-through and planning/design session.
Those vegetable seeds and starts are beginning to fill out and up! Peas are climbing, lettuces are heading, carrots are coming up, blueberries are setting fruit. If you planted seeds, you might need to thin out your rows to leave room for larger plants. Radishes, swiss chard, carrots, turnips, lettuce, spinach and other leafy & root vegetables need this treatment. Toss those babies into a springtime salad or saute’ them up. Even radish greens with their fuzzy little hairs are good tossed into an omelet, quiche, stirfry or pilaf.
Happy summer gardening,
–Annika & Riisa