It was a nice weekend to be outside in the garden.
I planted Early Sunglow Hybrid this year. It’s been doing well despite all of the rain. It’s not that tall – I am kneeling to take the photo. 🙂
Early Sunglow is a great choice for areas with short growing seasons and cool springs. The height is 4 to 4 1/2′, and the extra-early, uniform ears are about 7″ long with 12 rows of deep kernels. Stalks yield 2 ears. Proven tops for productivity, flavor and wide adaptability.https://www.burpee.com/vegetables/corn/corn-early-sunglow-hybrid-prod000664.html
Being north of the 54th parallel, we have a short growing season, somewhat cool, with long days in May, June and July.
And what’s a garden without Marigolds!