This year’s cold spring was felt across the Peninsula, and no more so than by local gardeners.
We spoke with the President of the Central Peninsula Garden Club, Marion Nelson, about this year’s season.
She said it had been difficult to get vegetables growing with the slow onset of summer. People with greenhouses and high tunnels had faired better, but even they had some experimenting to do.
Nelson said she was sure many people were taking notes on which vegetables to place where, giving themselves a head start on next season.
With all the unique climates across thePeninsula, Nelson said it was difficult to generalize, but she did have some universal tips for gardeners about soil and slugs…