Posted on July 1, 2021 by Jen — Leave a comment“The Upper Greenhouse through June, 2021” A garden gallery for this June’s progress in the new, monstrous greenhouse we affectionately refer to as the Upper Greenhouse (or UGH)! Early June: A view down the UGH from the porch End of June: The tomatoes near the top are coming along nicely! This portion of the UGH was the origina grow space of the first greenhouse. This year it’s tomatillos, tomatoes, squash, peppers, beans, and culinary herbs. As well as a few young grapes and cherry trees! The rest of these photos are from the end of June; the string beans are really taking off! Watering the UGH in the early morning sun Heading lettuce in early June Several week later they’re still looking fabulous, despite the heat A stunning loose leaf lettuce tower Harvesting the 2nd crop of beets! This is the biggest beet of the year so far- 10.6 ounces! 3rd crop of beets coming in alongside cultivated amaranth Beets, zucchini, and cucumber bed Tomatoes, motherwort, beets, and cucmbers The peas are feeling plentiful Peas! Another fabulous year for my spinach! Can’t wait for more spinach seed to replenish my stores. Tomatillos feeling happy Walking onions walkin’ all over the place These onions are setting a beautiful crop of seed for us Zucchini’s have set the first 6 or so pollinated fruits. Cabbages and broccoli Young squash are starting to make their presence known. I’ve been meaning to identify this beautiful volunteer, I’ll get to it before the year is passed… My tiny crop of favas. I didn’t get around to planting many this year 🙁 Post navigationPrevious post: “Tips on Choosing a Goat Breed” Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.