We’re planning on corn, beans, broad beans, snow peas, sugar snap peas, tomatoes (lots of varieties), cucumbers, zucchinis, lettuce, pumpkins, capsicums, basil, squash, silverbeet, spinach, egg plants, carrots, and beetroot. You know, just the “usual”!
I’ve also put in a request for some decorative gourds, just because I like the look of them.
Of course most of this can’t go in the ground until the frosts finish, and that can be as late as November. To get around this, Country Boy plants a lot in seedling trays and puts the trays in our home made green house to get them started in August or September, before planting them out later.
It has been freezing lately, so imagining summer harvest, and summer warmth is a little hard, but I’m looking forward to it!