Will you be planting a vegetable garden this year?
Every year I can hardly wait to plant my vegetable garden and I'm really thinking about it this year. How about you?
Yes, fresh vegetables are favorites of mine. In particular, I enjoy the look and smell of herbs and the taste of home-grown carrots, pumpkins, squashes, and tomatoes.
Mine went in the ground about a week ago. We are doing habanero, Jalapeno, purple onion, green onion, purple Jalapeno, garlic, Purple basil, Early girl tomato, big boy tomato, white sweet corn, musk melon, serrano, cherry tomato, squash, cucumber, and peter peppers. I can't wait. We are already getting blooms on the habaneros. The only veggies we will be left to buy that we use are broccoli and lettuce. Can't wait for the tomatoes to come in!
I can wait, planting and sowing requires waiting for Mother Nature to work in her own special way.
I'd love to have a vegetable garden but the critters around here would eat everything. I'm battling with chipmunks and a huge raccoon as well as other wildlife. My garden wouldn't have a chance
Yes, I've prepared composted soil in some containers which I'm going to use for my organic gardening to grow vegetables and fruits like tomatoes and melons. I hope this project will be fruitful as expected.
Yes. Planning on growing my own pineapples for the first time. This is in addition to the usual vegetable patch. I am hoping all goes well with the pineapple project.
by Sherri 7 years ago
Do you have any experience with your tomato plants being devoured starting about 12 inches off the ground, and at the same time, any unripened tomatoes being eaten, even if they were 1 inch from the ground? Some marauder came into my garden last night and ate 17 of 19 set tomatoes on one plant. And...
by Dorothy Cooper 5 years ago
Do you grow a vegetable garden?Please indicate your area and what you grow and what grows best with the most production and are easiest to maintain.
by Inventurist 6 years ago
Do you plant a vegetable garden?I started planting a raised bed garden two years ago. Now I look so forward to my first harvest (and so do my neighbors). I used railroad ties - two long, one deep - to make the shape, filled the bed with mulch, soil, and worms. This year - strawberries, tomatoes,...
by mljdgulley354 6 years ago
What are the benefits of planting marigolds in your vegetable garden?
by becca7176 7 years ago
I live in South Florida and I am having the hardest time getting my vegetable garden to grow. We've already had to completely had to redo it twice, first due to weeds, second due to an unseasonably cold winter. Now we've got everything in a large box to keep the weeds out and summer's...
by Rebecca Long 15 months ago
What are you planting in your garden this year?I've got lots of seeds left over from last year. I have several types of tomato to choose from, peas, greens, peppers, cucumbers, watermelons, squash. Just wondered what others were planting.
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