I am planting, and still planting. This is western Massachusetts, at a higher elevation than central-lower New England, but no where near as cold as long as is northern New Hampshire nor much of inland northern Maine. So some seeds will go in later.
Yes, a lot of the veggies are planted close to each other — but hence comes microgreens. Just think accordingly. Observing things, next year I will seed the crops just a little further apart from each other. But, seriously, I’m not really regretting the upcoming crop of microgreens.
I am LOVING my raised beds. They were installed by early-mid July last summer (2019). I grew a few things there last year, but the season was not long enough for my desires.
Here is the overall plot:
I love Yukon gold potatoes. Bed 4c has 3 rows of them, and a row and a half of undiscerned taters that are now also a part of this garden.
Winter squash will go in mid June. I have seeds from three varieties, all from different species. I hope to plant one or two varieties in Bed 3, and the last elsewhere in the yard. The reason I’m doing from different species – I want to harvest seeds for next year, without having them cross.
Bed 2c was my potato area last year. They didn’t get to grow large due to late planting, but they did do well. I need to sort through that soil to remove any old remnants, turn it, and by mid June, plant cucumber seeds.