Are you planning a new garden for the colder season?
Gardening may not be every person's pleasure or best pass time. Do you have any plans for the colder season? What would you plant this time around?
Yes, I have these good intentions for a fall garden. But with each passing day, the odds of success seem less likely. I've planted plenty of seed, but the critical element is water.
I'm neglecting the seeds, when all they need is water. All other conditions are ideal this fall.
I'm working on fall garden clean up and stocking the pantry with garden bounty. Not growing good garden fresh fall vegetables.
The best food plants to grow right now in my zone 6B garden in South east Missouri, USA, are radishes, leafy greens, kale, chard, spinach, salad green like lettuce.
by prettydarkhorse7 years ago
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by edekeful6 years ago
If today's temperature is 0 degrees Celsius and tomorrow will be 2 times colder, than today...How much degrees is going to be tomorrow?
by Jason5 years ago
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by Liz Elias8 months ago
I have zero idea how this happened! If I still lived in Pacifica, I'd understand it completely. There, we had such miserable, rocky soil that I could've gone into business selling ballast for ships!! I...
by fllgtkgtr7 years ago
how long does it take to grow a mint plant?
by nightwork47 years ago
has the weather changed in your area in the last 10 years?do you get warmer or colder weather. more or less rain and snow?
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