finally put my garden in....

Discussion in 'Common Vegetables' started by erain, May 20, 2010.

  1. erain

    erain Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    well hopefully there be no more frosts this year... in this pic we have cauliflower.

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    up close with the nail so the cutworm cant chew plant off...

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    2 rows of cabbage for kraut...there is some red cabbage on the end to the right.

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    tomatoes, some of them anyway, 24 plants in all.

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    sis did a fine job starting them from seed!!!

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    jalepenos, abts in the horizon hopefully.

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    my sis also started these for me from seed.

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    the fences i made from cattle panels, have a cupla muskmelon plants on one, various cucumbers, and pole beans planted. also planted are carrots, beets, radishes, pickling cucumbers, squash, and a cupla pumkins.

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    i had to include a pic of the trailer my mom gave me, was the first thing her and my dad bought in the late 40's when they moved out to thhe farm. turns out it is somekind of army jeep trailer. when i had it out front i had people stopping all the time to try and buy it off me. dont know what its worth but had a guy offer me 500 bucks for it. funny thing is i was thinking of getting rid of it. but now i cant seem to pull the trigger and sell it.

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    my lil orchard

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    and some pics of my little wild things growing in the lilacs on the edge of the orchard, they will be harvested this w/e.

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  2. mr mac

    mr mac Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    Very nice! My wife would be jealous! I like morel mushrooms sautéed with a rare steak!
     
  3. troski

    troski Newbie SMF Premier Member

    Nice garden. It's finally warming up here too, but the ground is to wet to plant. I do like your idea with the nail to stop cut worms something I will try.
     
  4. diesel

    diesel Smoking Fanatic

    Nice looking garden you got there. I have one about half that size but here are a few picts. I also started my veggies from seed. About half I had seeds from plants from last year. I think that is neat. I hope to soon be able to grow my garden from all seeds that I save.

    I like to smoke the tomatoes w/ the peppers and make salsa. Hey, keep the trailer.. it looks nice sitting by the garden.

    Not the best pict but you can see I used the same deal w/ the fence. I have around 30 tomatoes plants and about 10 pepper plants and some cucs.
     
  5. chisoxjim

    chisoxjim Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    really nice garden there erain.
     
  6. jdsmith

    jdsmith Smoke Blower

    nice work! Mine is finally done as well
     
  7. pineywoods

    pineywoods Smoking Guru Staff Member Administrator Group Lead SMF Premier Member

    Looks great hope you have a good growing season
     
  8. rio_grande

    rio_grande Smoking Fanatic

    Looks Good Erain,,, I want to put one in this year,,, but we always end up with a weedy mess.
     
  9. flbobecu

    flbobecu Smoking Fanatic

    Well done. [​IMG]
     
  10. flbobecu

    flbobecu Smoking Fanatic

    Use mulch or stones.


    I used to have a decent garden myself before my back accident. Everything I do now is potted, so I don't have much maintenance and can still enjoy harvesting my own stuff.
     
  11. caveman

    caveman Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Nice looking garden Erain. Wonderful variation of things you're growing there. [​IMG] Keep the trailer. It is now a family heirloom you can keep passing on through the years.
     
  12. treegje

    treegje Master of the Pit

    hopefully get a big crop year
     
  13. erain

    erain Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    thks buddy, we always get more than we need and also give away a bunch. rest get either thrown it the compost bins or tilled strasight in the soil. if you notice my mater cages all go around a center cage. those are compost bins and i add grass clippings and leaves i have bagged from last fall and other compostable things throughout the summer. whenever it rains i feel it leaches the "compost tea" into the soil and really give the maters a big boost.
     
  14. squirrel

    squirrel Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Nice garden! I'm still working on mine, hopefully will be done soon! Great job and I can't wait to see pictures of the harvest. Here's a tip for ya - take some close up pictures of your veggies, then frame them and hang them in the kitchen, it's cheap artwork, but will remind you during the winter of what's coming!!
     
  15. bwsmith_2000

    bwsmith_2000 Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Nice looking garden! Mine is about the same size and coming along nicely. By the way, hope you are enjoying that Troy Built as well as I enjoy mine.
     

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