Garden Planning

Success and Failure is at the current garden plots. We have sprawling healthy tomatoes of all types, huge okra, and pretty flowers along with sad dying cucumbers, a broken sunflower, and some transplanted okra that didn’t make it. This is the learning process. From what I have learned, gardening is nothing more than a continuous adventure that results in some tasty food. Gardens provide us with delicious and necessary nutrients but that only happens with the right growing conditions and care. I am looking forward to planting my new seedlings soon in our makeshift greenhouse (I’ll share that project soon). Garden plot planning is a huge part of garden success. I have spent plenty of time looking at shading, sun location, and looking into soil amendments.

Garden Plan Fall 2016
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The seeds for the upcoming season will be started from late July-Early September and planted in the ground from September-October. Includes: Cucumbers, Squashes, Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas, Pole Beans, Lettuce, Carrots, and Herbs.