The veggie garden is getting a slow start thanks to a
cool cold spring. The peas are climbing the trellis, and there's baby lettuce of all sorts, radishes, spinach, endive, beets, and life-changing garlic growing in the garden now.
There's still room to plant, and as the cool-season veggies are harvested, there will be even more room for things like peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, and squash. I'm still thinking about not growing so many ornamental containers this summer, and using some of the large pots for veggies instead.
To me, peas are very pretty, graceful plants. I love seeing their tendrils grip tight to the trellis and hold on even on a windy day. Can't wait for them to start blooming and producing sweet, tender spring peas!