Have you ever grown or tried to grow your own vegetables or fruit?.
yes i did. last year i had grow potato, spring onion and tomatoes in my garden for the very first time. I had fantastic turnout apart from few tomoto plants were burnt due to heavy rain. But everything else was just fantastic. This year i'm waiting for my strawberries. Let's see!
Yep. First year: Hedgehogs and rabbits ate most of it, although I did manage to rescue some sugar snap peas and string beans. Second year: Deer ate EVERYTHING...even before it was ripe.
Yep. This year my toddler and I planted zucchini, radishes, tomatoes, broccoli and peppers. So far, all of the seedlings are doing great! I hope to have a nice harvest this summer.
we have taken the tops off pineapples and have 5 plants. it takes awhile to actually GET the fruit, but it has been the sweetest and juiciest ever.
Every year I plant tomatoes and basil. They are pretty much a "no fail" thing to plant as far as I can tell.
I've also dabbled in other things, beans, carrots, peppers, lettuce, and strawberries. With these I found they needed more attention than I'm actually willing to give. So, I just try one new thing a year. This year...I'm trying melons.
Last year was my first ever attempt at growing anything that is actually edible. I grew tomatoes and strawberries - they were delicious. I have a fairly small garden. I have bought a few more tomato plants for this year, so fingers crossed they will be as nice as last years.
Yes, I have mostly tried vegetables on flower pots. They turned out really well compared to what i thought/expected. But yeah I'd love to have a small garden one day where I can have fun planting vegetables and flowers.
Tomatoes, beans, straweberries, cucmbers and peppers. I think I have grown just about everything. For fruit, grape fruit, orange trees, and quam kwauts(sp?).
I grow all my own veg, they taste a lot better than shop bought have a look at my site
http://beth-woodard.hubpages.com/hub/gr … vegatables
by Donaisabella 6 years ago
What do you grow in your backyard garden?I love gardening, would you share some pictures?
by thomasczech 4 years ago
How many of you grow your own food?With the rising cost of groceries, it certainly is a good idea to grow your own. What are your personal experiences? How do you grow them? Please give ideas, hints etc
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
for the rest of your life, what would it be?For me, mango!
by Ultimate Hubber 6 years ago
And have you grown any of them successfully?
by Susan Britton 4 years ago
What kind of vegetables do you grow in your garden?We are going to grow tomatoes,cucmbers, some spices especially rosemary, varieties of squash,hot and regular peppers,dill and some garlic. I cannot wait to pick my own home grown tomato. There is no better tasting tomato than one you pick and eat...
by Eliminate Cancer 5 years ago
What are the best vegetables to plant in your first garden?If you are just starting out, which vegetables will be easy to grow?
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