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      My Garden is Planted

      I planted everything this week. Not great photos yet but I will grab a few more as I go.

      I have a Beefsteak Tomato, Hybrid Salsa and Small Fruit Tomato. Two Jalapeno Peppers, two Cherry Stuffers and a Bell Pepper.

      At the end I put a row of green beans, green onions and carrots.

      In two potter plants I put a watermelon and a honey dew plant. I have no idea if these will work or not so it's kind of an experiment. I am building a stand out of a pallet for them.

      I have a few more pots left. I am not sure if I am going to try anything else or not.




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      Looking forward to regular photo updates as it grows and recipes at the end.

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      Well done. I planted our sweet potato slips this morning. They don’t look the greatest, but hopefully we’ll still get a descent crop. The garlic and lettuce are doing well. We’ll see how this year science experiment does!



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      Quote Originally Posted by Kleb View Post
      Well done. I planted our sweet potato slips this morning. They don’t look the greatest, but hopefully we’ll still get a descent crop. The garlic and lettuce are doing well. We’ll see how this year science experiment does!
      When did you plant your garlic?

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      Very nice! I'm doing artichokes in pots this year. I used to do that in Arizona because I like the flowers so much.

      Haven't planted my zucchini yet but I saw today that they are already starting to flower in their seed starting pods. They need to get in the ground!

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      Nice job!! Good luck with the melons, interesting to see how they'll grow and taste. My cousin in LA grows melons in his garden on the ground and they are/were super sweet.

      We planted our garden with the usual, potatoes, green beans, red beets, carrots, zucchini, endive, spinach and in planters; cherry tomatoes, basil, and this year, trying our hand at strawberries.

      Good luck to all you fellow gardeners!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by janedoe View Post
      When did you plant your garlic?
      I planted the garlic in mid-October, last year. It’s from cloves that my SIL gave me seven, or eight years ago. I kept replanting from the bulbs until I now have enough to plant and use. Around 40 plants. Pretty sure it’s a hardneck variety. The garlic scape should be coming out soon and I’ll use it to make pesto. Really good as a base for pizza.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kleb View Post
      The garlic scape should be coming out soon and I’ll use it to make pesto. Really good as a base for pizza.
      I discovered garlic scape pesto last year. SO GOOD. ONe of the best new things I've ever tried. So simple, so good.

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