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Discussion in 'Small Spaces' started by gary s, Feb 9, 2019.
Got my Onions Planted last week Pics to follow
I started 4 poinsettia peppers from seed last week in the AeroGarden.
<hangs head in shame>
A local boy came by yesterday wanting to know if my tractor was for sale.
I got a free load of wood chips from the tree service last week and had the driver dump it on a tarp in the driveway. Today, I moved half of it and now have a 4" thick mat of mulch around my raised bed garden. I made a 4' perimeter all round. I've declared war on dollar weed!!! It use to creep under my boarder and into the raise beds, not any more! I'll keep it at bay around the edge with a weed burner.
Pic of my Onions Cot my Taters cut for planting
Go ahead rub it in my gardening is still 2 months away.
I plant tomatoes March 1st here. Still have to worry about a possible frost until about March 21st though. I put a 1 gallon jug of water next to the tender seedlings for a sunlight heat sink until threat of frost is gone.
May 1st here before you can plant tomatoes safely.
Our last frost date is May 15th here, garden goes in around that time every year.
Just way to pretty to stay inside 70 and Sunny. I decided to get myself outside and get my garden planted.
Wife k\and neighbor kept checking on me since its only been 3 weeks from my Hospital stay. I assured everybody I was OK and can scoot around in the dirt just fine. I already had my Onions and Taters in the ground so today I planted
3 kinds of tomatoes, 2 kinds of cucumbers, Squash and Zucchini
Looks Beautiful Gary!!
Nice Job, as always!!
Around here we always waited until Memorial Day for Veggie Garden Planting, and Mother's Day for Flower planting.
I'm a long ways out on the garden. It's under and behind this snowbank back by the trees.
Very nice looking garden Gary. I plan on planting this week some time....
How many onion set did you put in? I’m about three weeks out for onions and broccoli.
I planted 250 sets
I forgot to post a pic of my Garlic
Being next to the house, that Garlic should keep the Vampires out too.
Nice looking garden! Up here tomatoes can't go in the ground until end of May!
Nice garden, I hope it stays dry this week so I can turn my dirt over.
You always have a good lookin garden. Looks like it again this year.