Today was a real San Francisco special, which is to say in the morning was so windy I had to wear two sweaters but by 2pm it was nearly 75.
Stupid weather tricks aside, I had work to do.
That bed is kinda a mess even with all the beans pulled out, so it was time for the loam builder.
That stuff reeks! It’s like 50% chicken manure though which is what you need for a depleted bed.
I also mixed in a box of kelp meal.
Largely because it was time the celery went into the bed. They’ve been struggling in their pots and they need more space for their roots. Celery are heavier feeders then brassicas so I’m not taking any chances.
Then it was a matter of filling in my army of kohlrabi and some more bok choy.
This isn’y my usual type, this is win-win not joi choi, so we’ll see how it performs. I also have way too many for this one bed…
But I did have some room where I’ve been picking the Joi’s…
Eh it’ll do.
Still have some left, but as I pick the big ones I’ll have the room to plant these.
Anyways, after a good mulch the bed is complete.
The weather is set to be kinda wild again this week, with tomorrow nearly 80 but possibly rain in a week. So I’m trying to get as much in the ground as possible before it starts reliably pouring.
You’re always working against the clock gardening out here.