Based on previous year haven’t and our consumption, I planted good amount of lettuce, artichoke (hopefully producing next year) and carrots.
Planted yellow (pear) tomatoes for the first time and giving cantaloupe a new try after my success with watermelon last year.
That with the big amount of strawberry plants, black, blue and red berry bushes already waking up, fighting trees and the grapes should be a good amount.
Orange and lemon trees usually make one step forward and two back. Both are alive, but the lemon tree will probably rot as well. Too close to where the drain issues are. I’m surprised it is still alive. Orange is doing way better but slower than planned. At this rate it won’t be on fruit bearing size in 2 or 3 more years.
I’m done planting trees on the ground until the drainage issue is solved in the back. Not really my fault, but when they start building houses back there they have to fix it.
I’m sad to report that I Los my two pineapple plants over the winter. Turned out they rot due to all the rain. If I ever move, I’ll look into drainage a bit better.