This week has been a disappointment. The continuing cool temperatures and rainfall have slowed down growth in the garden. No sun = no growth. For the most part things are in good shape, but the brassicas are taking their sweet time to reach harvest. A few days of real sunlight would have me harvesting broccoli and cabbages. Instead, I can expect the rest of the week to continue being miserable; and the brassicas will likely take a week or even two to be ready. The peas haven't even started blooming yet, they are tall and healthy, but haven't even gotten a single flower. Because of the slowdown, I have dozens of tomatoes in the grow room that are ready to transplant, or at least move into bigger pots. Until I start removing the cool weather crops I can't start planting the hot ones, and until the larger hot ones are transplanted I don't have room to move them into bigger pots. It's a conundrum.
Wretched Oregon weather, it seems to cause me problems every year.
Oh well, at least the strawberries are coming in, and the lettuce, kale, and Swiss chard are growing in like champs. The cool weather has kept things from bolting too. Except the cilantro, I just can't win with cilantro.
Hoping the weather is better where you are.