So far the only disappointments were the watermelon radishes bolting during the heat wave and my sweet potatoes just didn’t make it. Other than that I believe it will be a good yield.
This year’s veggies are green beans, acorn squash, peas, beef steak tomatoes, grape tomatoes, red pepper, russet potatoes scallions (on third harvest), lettuce all started from scraps or seed form scraps.
Herbs some years old Chives, dill, cilantro, parsley, rosemary, German thyme (would make good ground cover) and regular thyme, oregano, mint, tarragon and arugula.
Why do I like plants from scraps well its a small challenge and heck the scallions cost me $1.29 but with the repeat harvest I’m probably down to 20 cents for that bunch. Spring mix works better than roman you can get a few harvest out of it, the arugula I got 4 harvest before it went to seed.
Because we are surrounded by woods we don’t have many prime spots for a garden a lot of shade, but I do the best I can. Any way I enjoy it!