A lot more going in than coming out at this point. Only a few pepper plants left over from the summer, but man are they still producing, Fresno Chilies, Yellow and Purple Bell Peppers. Already getting some lettuce and cilantro. It's nice to finally get the fall planting underway. It was 100 degrees last week, but finally the days are getting cooler as are the nights. We even had a little drizzle this weekend. Put in some potatoes, shallots, carrots, and more lettuce. Citrus trees are all heavy, some are even starting to change color! The Blood Orange tree is especially productive this year.
Also picked up a Babcock Peach to go with the Santa Barbara that I put in last year.
Satsuma Mandarin to round out the citrus selection.
Beets, only took a few days to germinate, I've learned from last year to do plantings every 3-4 weeks to assure that they keep on coming in the spring.
The littlest farmer is especially excited about the Spinach. The little thief sneaks into the garden and eats it right off the plant. I'll have to watch him this year, maybe have him plant his own patch.
This lettuce germinated in 2 days, no joke. We have a hot spell for 3-4 days right after I set out seeds and within 2 days they were already starting. I love the SoCal fall.