Although it does not look as pretty as I would want, I think I got a really good start. Take a look at what I grew there this summer. The garden was started in early July, and these pictures were taken the first week in September.
Right now I am debating whether I should put in a winter crop. One worry I have, is that the weeds and wild blackberries will take back over. Weeds don't die here in this area of the Pacific Northwest, like I am used to in the Midwest. Most of the time it is just not cold enough.
I have my eye on a small, white kitchen cabinet that a neighbor left out for someone to take. If it is there tomorrow, I am going to haul it back to my house. It is a perfect size for another mini raised bed.I am really looking forward to expanding the garden next year by adding more raised beds.
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|Lemon Cucumbers grown up a fence. They really do climb!|
|Morning Glories. I would not sow these in a Oregon garden. They are invasive here.|
I plan to pull these out very soon
|The garden spot is full sun so it is perfect for growing melons|
|First year rhubarb. I am waiting to harvest until year 2|
|Zinnias from seed. I used annuals to fill in the bare spots in the garden|
|Another filler annual from seed. This one is Mexican Sunflower|
|Side view of the area|
|More annuals & Basil in one of the drawers that I used as a raised bed|