All winter we had above normal temperatures. In the beginning of May, temperatures were much higher and I planted. Now, temperatures are 10°C below normal.
- tomatoes and peppers are in shock: “You want us to grow in this?”
- corn has not sprouted after a week in the ground
- the lawn, sunflower, pumpkin, beets and spinach are all that has sprouted
I guess it’s the Law of Averages. If you seed in above normal temperatures, a new Ice Age is about to be sprung on the garden. The 14-day forecast shows a return to normal and above-normal temperatures in a week. I guess my garden is on hold until then. Still time to plant radishes and carrots…