May in the Garden, a snapshot on the day of Graduation.

Coming back to Swat for a long weekend before my work in NH began, I snapped these excellent shots of the growing garden. Our tomato city is growing wonderfully. Note how the rain barrel is drip irrigating the bean sprouts and the squash starts. Our raspberries are out of control. Staking technique recommended?

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One response to “May in the Garden, a snapshot on the day of Graduation.

  1. Raspberries need a staking/trellis system in place before they are planted or before they emerge from the ground. At this point I would just let them go for the summer and revisit after harvesting.

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