I’ve got about 40 cucumber plants in the first row, with weed blocking fabric to save me lots of time.
The second row contains a mix of winter squashes, such as Butternut and Table Ace squash.
The third row contains a mix of tomatoes, some of which were started very early. The last half of the row contains about 20 Cherokee Purple tomato plants, one of my favorites.
Forth row is peppers, with red, yellow and green bell pepper plants. Our season is usually too short to allow the peppers enough time to mature into their full grown colors, so most of the peppers will be green at harvest time.
There’s a lot more work to be done in the next few days, as the greenhouse still contains hundreds of tomato and pepper plants, as well as dozens of eggplant, lettuce, cucumber and mesclun plants.
I’ve got 9 days scheduled off starting with June 2nd, which should give me plenty of time to finish planting and maybe a few days at the river.