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garden update

Category: Garden @ ECO | Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2007 6:09 pm

i put 40# lime down, and 15 # all purpose organic fertilizer down yesterday and had the garden tilled in one more time. This weekend, (weather permitting) i will be direct seeding two varieties of carrots Thumbelina and Nantes. two varieties of beets, golden and Chiogga. for an experiment i will seed some salsify ( also known as oyster plant). and sugar snap peas. in a friends greenhouse i have cauliflower, 4 varieties of lettuces, which will include a galactic( red Lolla Rosa) butter head, green and red leaf varieties. i may if i have room try to plant some fennel. i also have two types of radicchio i am trying out this year for fun, they are the tall trevisio and the small round chiogga varieties.
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Comments

 

toni wrote on Wed Mar 07, 2007 7:25 pm:


Wow, you have been busy. Good luck with your crops. Except for the beets (personal dislike of mine) it sounds like some good eating coming your way in a few weeks.




 

eileen wrote on Wed Mar 07, 2007 11:25 pm:


Hey I wish I had a friend who would let me use their greenhouse - you are sooo lucky!!! You certainly have a good variety of veggies on the go and I hope they all grow strong and healthy for you. You must post some pictures when it comes time to harvest them.




 

cajunbelle wrote on Thu Mar 08, 2007 1:59 am:


You have been busy and the rewards will taste so good. I love beets.





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