My vegetable garden is doing great. It has really loved all of the rain we have had, and just about everything is up except the parsley. It is not time yet to put in the tomatoes or peppers so I am sure the cold crops will be lush by May 1.
The radishes need to be thinned and this is always traumatic to have to throw away living plants. But, if you do not thin them out you will not get useable radishes. I am growing Red Emperor this year - can't remember if I have grown this variety before. I am not always successful with radishes, sometimes pithy, eaten by insects, etc. But, I keep trying because they are so quick to germinate and so tasty when a success.
All of my weird lettuces are up and it is a good thing that I have put down markers or I would never remember their names. My set onions are up, no seed onions yet, spinach looks great and carrots are peeking through the soil. It is such a small garden but it still gives me a thrill every year to see the seeds sprouting.
Plant a garden with your children or grandchildren even if they seem disinterested. It will make a lifetime impression!