Looks like we might get some peaches this year after all. With such a mild winter, really no winter at all, all of the trees flowered early, and have set fruit already. This peach "tree" is really just one branch that I have been able to save. I put in a new Santa Barbara peach tree this year, if anyone has info about this variety let me know, all I know is that they grow them commercially north of us and they seem to do well. The Avocado trees have lots of flowers on them, hopefully we can keep the squirrels away from them. Chance of rain tomorrow, we'll see. Got .2 inches last Sunday.
All that's left of the Sunday OJ Squeeeze.
Still getting a lot of greens, I brought in a bowl this morning, set it on the counter and turned around for just a second and the little guy was all over it. Radishes and turnips still going strong, lots of chard and kale.
Lettuce on the right, carrots and onions on the left, snow peas in the back, turnips in the front with a few strawberries on the side. I have never been able to go the strawberries, maybe this year will different?