halifaxearthtech: Photo by Panphage from the Wikimedia Commons (Soil)
More pictures from my garden.
It's time for another garden update.

I've been harvesting salads of arugula, spinach, radishes and lettuce for a couple of weeks now.








A lettuce that I grew from the root ball of a hydroponic lettuce bought at the grocery store.




The Ecology Action Centre root cellar discharged and I cleared out the last of my produce last week. Much of it went to Food Not Bombs. Of the remaining 10 pounds of beets, I will probably pickle and can them.





The last onion.

In other news, this is what happens to tomato seedlings when you don't start them in good-enough soil. Can you believe this? This is from the third week in May





Pathetic.

The first 2012 Fruit Tree Planting Day (and the second ever Halifax fruit tree planting day of all time) took place Mother's Day. We distributed more than fourty fruit trees in Metro, and I'll get some photos up as soon as I can.






One of two hazelnut shrubs I ordered.

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