|Potatoes and Garlic. 5.21.17|
The potatoes, onions, and garlic are doing nicely.
I gave up on potato onions, turned the soil over, and planted tomatoes in that bed. Potato onions do not do well for me, even though I like the idea.
The first batch of sweet corn did not germinate well. One row sort of germinated, and a couple of plants in a second row. Might be old seeds or soil not warm enough, or birds ate them. I planted more today, covered, and if they don't grow, I'll get new seeds.
The first batch of onions that I planted when I thought it was too early and chilly and wet, are way ahead of the later ones.
The peppers are in very-raised raised beds, 4 x 4 feet, made from used cement blocks. These also have deer fencing. The tomatoes are in raised beds that are protected from deer. Animals don't seem to bother the potatoes and garlic, other than a little rabbit munching last fall. Rabbits munched some of the onions at first, but now are leaving them alone.