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.
Most of what you are planting, plus, I love fresh herbs. I am growing 6 kinds of basil, parsley (flat and curly), chervil, dill, cilantro, chives, thyme, oregano, and sage. Onions, leeks, garlic, carrots and turnips and potatoes are already planted and thriving.
We are adding all the things you are and then carrots, Kolaroby, rhubarb, tomatoes, we are adding more apple trees, blueberry bushes, honey berry, raspberries and choke cherries. In a couple more years we will have a full orchard. It's going to be our retirement plan. The green house is almost finished, it just needs plastic. I can hardly wait.
Retirement plan? What a great idea. Do you have a hub on it?
Hi patch. No I don't but as soon as all the new trees and shrubs arrive I am going to write one. We've are also planting, garlic and green onions.
I have four kinds of tomatoes, two kinds of hot peppers, greens, cucumber, cantaloupe, peas and beans. We will also get plums in a couple of months, as well as blackberries. My herb garden and lemon tree produce all year round. We're so lucky here with the temperate climate!
I harvested the first French radishes today. I've intensively planted cauliflower, broccoli, beetroot, cabbage, red onions and lettuce in a small raised bed. The rhubarb is doing well in a mixed border and I have strawberries in pots - dug up the strawberry patch in the Autumn as it was taking up too much space. The raspberry canes had to go too - they were spreading alarmingly in my small garden.
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
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?
by Jill Spencer 4 years ago
What vegetables are you planting this fall?Here in MD, we planted kale, spinach, Swiss chard, radishes, beets and turnips. I was wondering what everybody else is growing.
by Isabella Mukanda-Shamambo 6 years ago
What do you grow in your backyard garden?I love gardening, would you share some pictures?
by Anuj Agarwal 9 years ago
Is it better to go for a retirement plan that many insurance companies are offering or one should go for savings on personal basis and deposit the money in long term fixed deposits or other safe instruments.
by Home Girl 8 years ago
I hate clam chowder. It looks disgusting, lika a squished alien in a milk sauce.
by Liz Elias 15 months ago
NOW What??!!These onions are 'backing up' out of the soil, and they are nowhere near harvesting size! The largest is perhaps an inch in diameter.They are not 'pearl' onions, but sweet visalia onions...And again, we have nice, soft, sandy soil..also--all the tops are laid over; do onions need...
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