By May my greenhouse tomato had been growing steadily larger and was just starting to put out flowers. So I started switching my liquid feed from 16-16-16 to 3-20-20. She's too bushy-but tons of flowers. It was time for a trim- and to start better supporting the potential baby tomatoes. And while the greenhouse keeps … Continue reading Greenhouse Black Krim for the win!
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Strawberry fields forever part 2
It's not just Strawberries I'm rapidly getting too much of- but the other lovely berries in my hand will have to wait for their own post. But the strawberries are multiplying rapidly. This delightful specimen is a Gasana strawberry that was a gift from my boyfriend. It's been blooming like crazy, and is poised to … Continue reading Strawberry fields forever part 2
Strawberry fields forever part 1
I have a problem when it comes to strawberries. One plant is never enough. I have several types scattered about- and recently received a beautiful Gasana strawberry as a gift from my boyfriend. (ornamental AND edible- pink flowers, right up my alley as far as a new to me variety of berry goes) I like … Continue reading Strawberry fields forever part 1
Operation kale lift is a go!
So as I try to dig my garden out of the doldrums and into spring planting, I'm running into the usual problems of time and space and weather. But I'm also finding some surprising success stories. This bed was almost totally harvested and left fallow for potatoes- but one surprise plant clearly was surviving and … Continue reading Operation kale lift is a go!