It makes the pathway look so nice, and all of these plants are deer resistant so they will return year after year and multiply.
I took some time this weekend to thin out the raspberry bed. I had a wheelbarrow overflowing with clipped canes. It looks so much better now with space around each cane. Hopefully it will make for a healthier plant - and more raspberries!
I planted my potatoes in the flower bed, which is open, so I put this netting over the trenches to keep out critters who may desire a potato breakfast. The netting is on a bit of an angle from the dirt piled to either side of the trenches and this has given me an idea of turning this bed into a cold frame this fall. Hubby says a cold frame needs to be near the house, but I think this will work fine. It is sited south facing and has a bit of protection from the Potager behind it. I need to work on plans to make that happen.
In the Potager, there are more seedlings up. The snow peas and english peas popped up last weekend.
Seedling photos are so unimpressive! The beets, pak choi, swiss chard and more radishes are also up, but I'll spare you for a few weeks until you can actually see something! It is still so thrilling though to walk through the garden and find a new plant coming up! I hope all of your gardens are also growing well!