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The season is ending and I'm not getting anything done.

Category: Vegetable Gardening | Posted: Fri Oct 24, 2014 12:39 pm

Must... Move... Too... Tired...

I haven't gotten to move my shade bed yet.
One thing I have been doing is keeping an eye on tag sales and trash piles. My cousins and I are helping our grandmother get her house ready to sell. We are filling dumpster after dumpster with old junk, but I have saved quite a few garden tools and other items I can use for gardening. My latest find was two large glass windows. Maybe I can use those on the raised bed to lengthen our growing season.

I think our first frost hit before the weather people or I knew it. The leaves on my tomato plants turned black. I think I really had better move on those. Most of the fruit splits or gets eaten by bugs before I can pick them. I guess this is the time of year that the bugs really hit our tomatoes hard.

One thing I considered, but my better half doesn't like the idea, is mushrooms. We have an old tree stump that will be right on the edge of the bed, and I was thinking of planting mushrooms on it. I understand there is the fear of being poisoned, but if I buy the spores and plant them, I will know what the mushrooms are and that they are edible. For now, I'll wait and see how the bed goes with the stuff we already have, but that is hanging there in the back of my mind.

So, the season is ending and I'm not getting anything done... but I am planning for next year!

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Sjoerd wrote on Sat Oct 25, 2014 11:39 pm:

You have lots to do still, it sounds like.
Why not go and try those mushrooms. At least grow them, and when it comes to eating time, you can decide then if you and your man want to consume them or not. Just growing those things can be fun and a learning exercise.

You said that you are wanna elaborate on that, miss? What kind of interesting things are in store for the coming year?

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