May is one of my favorite times in the garden -- we're harvesting our early season crops, and our mid-season crops are being sown. Everything is green, lush and growing beautifully, and the intense heat of summer hasn't taken its toll on the crops yet.
The past couple months we've been sowing our early-season crops, and now we’re fully into summer growing season! Here’s what to do now to keep your veggie garden growing and maximize your summer harvest:
Looking for a fresh, healthy and easy meal idea? Well look no further. Soup is a great option year-round, especially when you have fresh-from-the-garden produce like the carrots we're harvesting now.
They say April showers bring May flowers, but here at Sprout we like to say April showers bring fruit and veggies! Now that we are about a month into Spring and the weather is warming up, our urban farm is starting to take shape.
For the past month we've been doing our post-winter clean up and preparing our soil for our veggies. Now comes the fun part -- planting! Here's some important stuff to know and do right now to for a bountiful harvest all summer:
Looking at the calendar and the weather, spring is in the air indeed! With the fresh weather of the new season, this is a great time to get a fresh start and do some "spring cleaning."