We planted a 50 foot row of green beans every 3 inches, and used an innoculant too…not a single bean grew. I am thinking of trying them in seed flats, and transplanting, because two years ago I started them in compost, in pots and we had full rows of blue lake Bush beans. Last year we only had a few plants and we planted maybe 3 almost 50 foot rows.
Okra plants are tiny, but once the rain gets here they should take off.
Our onions, chard, cabbage, eggplants, and cucumbers are going good. Peppers are small.
Summer squash are coming off now. I wish everything grew and made food as fast as zucchini.
The nursery is a jungle of weeds and gopher mounds (ggrrrrrr) but there are a LOT of trees out there.
We ordered seed taters from Irish Eyes…never again. They substituted at least two varieties on us. We only got one variety that we actually ordered. They sent them late, and many rotted instead of growing.
These are sweet peppers, and the tomatoes. There are cucumbers planted under the high trellis in the back.