Garden Crops

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Garden Crops

Postby Hawk45 » 19 May 2017 19:28

First tomatoes are on the first plant and swelling. Waiting for them to turn red now.

Had to replant the green beans three times now. First two was with last years seeds and didn't grow. Got new seeds and replanted for a third time. Giving them 5 more days to break thru the soil or they will get replaced with something else. Baby Lima's are doing fine as are the cucumbers. Daughter second planted potatoes on me in the barrel. Going to pull a couple or the barrel will bust and ruin them all.

How is y'alls gardens doing?
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Re: Garden Crops

Postby kmussack » 22 May 2017 02:44

Here in the Great White North (GWN) we'll be planting this weekend.
Greenhouse stuff is at peak. Too many jalapenos again.
Lemon and Lime trees need to go outside for the season.
The strawberry patch is a mass of blossoms.
Asparagus is done.
Rhubarb is huge already.
Garlic is up and growing nicely.
Raspberrys look like another bumper year.
Chicks are all feathered out and ready to move to the coop.
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