|02-19-2015 04:00 PM|
|jocoyn||Haha yes I'm a little bit behind as usual ..... Except for the rutabegas my winter vegetables fared poorly|
|02-19-2015 02:59 PM|
|Pawsed||Yes, it's time to start the spring garden plants inside. I have cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower seedlings now emerging.|
|02-19-2015 02:47 PM|
|Cheyanna||Yes, start seedlings now. You might need artificial light. The chickens kill most of my garden. I have random tomatoes growing now. I had tossed old tomatoes in the compost and then bam tomatoes grow. I am going to start preparing the soil for planting. Luckily I don't have no snow covering my dirt.|
|02-19-2015 01:31 PM|
|Girl_Loves_Hydraulics||Bringing this back to life....I know I gotta start planting some seedlings indoors. Is it too early for me to do that now? I am suspecting that perhaps by end of March/April that it "should" be warm enough to start moving them outside. I also have to be more strategic this year and keep an eye on my plants. The girls managed to kill quite a few of them. I think this is the year I start off with a lot more seedlings then I did previously. I only planted like 8 tomatoes of which 6 made it alive. By the end of the season, I had 2 lol.|
|11-09-2014 11:20 AM|
|Girl_Loves_Hydraulics||Well just an update my bonnie red germinated indoors and seems to be doing ok. My jalapeno is holding up well also. Its even dropping a couple peppers but definitely not like during high summer. My strawberries are well, but no flowers but putting off growth. This is ok with me...|
|10-14-2014 10:23 AM|
|Pawsed||I told a friend that next year I'm just going to grow dog food for us all! They get meat in addition to the veggies, though, and we rarely eat that. Not vegetarians, just not very interested in meat. As far as we are concerned, it's hard to beat fresh produce.|
|10-14-2014 09:44 AM|
|10-13-2014 04:28 PM|
Yes, we do. Our dogs get quite a few things from the garden in their diet, including broccoli, cabbage, yellow or butternut squash. Our 5 year old GSD tends to get pudgy, so we have to strictly limit his intake. So we give him a cup of green beans with each meal so he can at least fill his belly.
The dogs also pick their own raspberries and apples. I haven't been successful growing melons, but the older dog loves watermelon, too.
|10-13-2014 03:37 PM|
|10-13-2014 09:45 AM|
time to plant your garlic cloves !
took my last little branch from the peacock broccoli .
one tomato well worth it was the Peace vine and the Marzano .
sugar snap peas were productive beyond need .
Gold Marie - definitely -- best tasting bean .
chard still providing .
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