Friday, July 20, 2012
p.s. I did get my "How does your garden grow - July" photos taken. But between our computer being broken for a few weeks and Ethan having just tore his achilles tendon, I haven't had a chance to put the post together. I better hurry because August is coming!
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Quadrant 1: Peas, cucumber, dill, green beans, yellow wax beans, cauliflower, broccoli, cantaloupe,
Quadrant 2: Sweet peppers, green bell peppers, banana peppers, zucchini, summer squash, acorn squash, carrots, onions, lettuce, spinach, slicing and cherry tomatoes, Roma tomatoes, San Marzano tomatoes, onions and carrots
Quadrant 3: Corn with beans
Quadrant 4: Potatoes, sweet potatoes, beans, watermelon.
** Click on photos to see them enlarged and scroll through backwards to watch progression **
BUMMER! Forgot to take a picture
July 1st: Enjoyed some more strawberries, kids' flowers coming up nicely - my flower plots planted
|July 1st: harvesting and canning green beans and broccoli, enjoying the first of my late planted peas, cauliflower planted|
|June 1st: needing to plant herbs, lettuce behind peas, and eventually fall broccoli and cauliflower|
|July 1st - harvesting some carrots and lettuce, onions and carrots planted between tomato plants - needing to plant acorn squash and basil. needing to support tomatoes|
|June 1st: harvesting lettuce and baby carrots - needing to plant acorn squash and basil|
|July 1st - sunflowers and all corn planted - planted pumpkins and gourds elsewhere on farm|
|June 1st : needing to plant 3 rows of late sweet corn, sunflowers, pumpkins, and gourds|
|July 1st: all plants planted. volunteer watermelon came up were beans were going so didn't plant beans (will try fall beans in place of potatoes)|
|June 1st - needing to plant 3rd row of sweet potato slips, watermelon and beans|
|July1st: enjoyed many blueberries form smaller bushes, planted second row of blueberries - needing to move grapes over a few feet to the right, plant another planting of sunflowers, and mulch|
|June 1st: nibbled on some unripe, but nicely tart, blueberries - needing lots of work and planting yet!|
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