Our 2020 gardens are off to a pretty good start. We had said this winter "not gonna plant as much"....well, like most years, that plan didn't survive....ahahhaaaaaa. Hoop house is doing great. Early potatoes, beans, peas, carrots, lettuce. Photos from about mid April: (Plants in pots on cart are now out in the garden) Row of strawberries beside hoop house drive. Roses below. Today: Picking berries, roses blooming, couple rows of potatoes in this garden and in the other. Peas/tomatoes on cattle panel trellis Pumpkins at top row with tomatoes beyond Picked this morning: 4 gallons of strawberries, bowl of peas, about 1/2 bushel of green beans, few young carrots for salad today, and couple plants of Huckleberry Gold potatoes. Purple skin, yellow inside like Yukon Gold....supposed to be a lower glycemic index (lower about raising blood sugar), more diabetic friendly potato.....our first year raising these.