Radishes are a healthy spring favorite vegetable that come in an array of shapes, sizes, and colors. Check out this fun and engaging 2 minute long video showing planting, harvesting, and preparing radishes into a spicy quick fridge pickle that takes advantage of this season’s harvest.
While it has been a cool and wet April so far, that has not been a problem if you Overwintered Spinach that you planted last fall, or you were able to get some seeds into the ground earlier in March. Right now spinach is in harvest and if you are looking for a tasty and healthy salad idea, check out this video that Jenny and I did last spring showing how to grow, harvest, and prepare a healthy spinach and strawberry salad.
We also have a version translated into Spanish!
It is not too late to plant spinach right now but time is getting short. Get some seeds in the ground soon before the weather gets too hot.
Our first garden walk of the year is tomorrow, Wednesday April 20th @ Mari Sunami Community Garden (see below) at 6pm. We will talk planting, bugs, and our 2022 spring outlook. Bring your friends and your questions! Also, there is potential space available if you are in need of a garden plot! Contact Jess at the phone and email below if you are interested.
Here is a close up of the map to get you to the location
SAVE THE DATES! We will be doing garden walks at Mari Sunami on May 18th and June 22nd as well!
We are heavy into Seed Starting season for both spring and summer veggies. It is not too late to get tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant started for late May/early June transplanting as well as get some more lettuce, kale, and bok choi going for round two of spring greens. Below find a recorded webinar class on Seed Starting, a short and engaging 4 minute video that highlights the basics, as well as a video to demonstrate potting up transplants into cell packs.
Seed Starting Webinar
Seed Starting in 4 Minutes
Transplanting Seedlings into Cell Packs