Getting ready for the 2015 season

Discussion in 'Common Vegetables' started by carney, Feb 2, 2015.

  1. Ordered a few seeds for seed savers.  This is the first time I have tried growing leeks.  We'll see how it goes. 

    Bean, Provider
    Carrot, Danvers
    Herb, Lettuce Leaf Basil
    Herb, Triple Curled Parsley Organic
    Kale, Dwarf Blue Curled OG
    Leek, Blue Solaise
    Pea, Amish Snap Organic
    Pea, Green Arrow
    Pepper, Bull Nose Bell
    Pepper, Jalapeno Traveler Strain Organic
    Radish, Early Scarlet Globe
    Squash, Waltham Butternut Organic
    Tomato, Amish Paste
    Tomato, Large Red Cherry Organic
  2. Looks like you will have a nice garden. I can't wit to get some fresh veggies.

    Happy smoken.

  3. Just picked up some more seeds.

    Squash, Dark Green Zucchini
    Cucumber, Straight Eight
    Squash, Early Yellow Straightneck
    Onion, White Lisbon Bunching
    Lettuce, Black Seeded Simpson
    Lettuce, Prizehead
    Lettuce, Roman Delight
    Squash, Table Queen Acorn
    Broccoli, Calabrese
    Spinach, Giant Noble
    Bean, Yellow Bush

    I can't wait for the 2 feet of snow that covers the garden to melt.
  4. dave17a

    dave17a Smoking Fanatic

    Doing starts on al indoors. You just said leeks.[​IMG]
  5. It's my first time growing leeks. 

    All the other veggies I have grown before.

    I start the tomatoes, peppers and basil indoors. 
  6. dave17a

    dave17a Smoking Fanatic

    Have never started any garden by seed. Thought bout it..... No time. To many taters in the wagon. Did start some Hibiscus from seed. See what happens this Spring after transplant last fall.
  7. dave17a

    dave17a Smoking Fanatic

    What is the growing season there. Couldn't be to long.
  8. 153 Frost Free days on average

    This year we *should* be frost free 07-May to 01-Oct.  

    I'll have plants out in April but will cover all of them at night. 

    A mid-April Frost

  9. The seeds are sprouting!

  10. I planted lettuce, peas, and radishes this weekend.  Finally feels like spring here. 

    These were planted a full month behind last year. 

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