My Garden Log 2020

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    ya... the 1 tomato I planted looked like it was in bad shape, so i just took it out, the tomatoes that stayed indoors are good.
    This Wednesday I'm planting everything I got.
     
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    We've had a cold front come through, the last few days and tonight as well. I haven't been able to get my warm weather crops out. Snow flurries in May, who would've thought.
     
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    ya it's pretty annoying, But tomorrow should be good. one last cold night at 2oC and then it's over.
     
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    Hey Adam-- Here is a tip on how to make a degree symbol to place after the number:
    Depress the ALT button and hold it down whilst you type in zero - 1 - 7 - 6.
    Success mate.
     
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    Tomatoes and basil, I will plant pole beans for the bamboo trellis ( I need to get ties and finish the trellis )
    also have to clean up a bit and make the garden area more presentable :p
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    Peppers and cucumbers planted, in the back, I have lettuce, radish, carrots, and spinach. again I have to complete the bamboo trellis for the cucumbers.
    I hope peppers start looking better some are yello :confused: we'll see... I might buy some transplants if these don't work out.
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    and here we have Tiny Tim Tomatoes in pots.
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    It's getting there! :stew1:
     
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    Jewell Incorrigible Gardener Plants Contributor

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    Looking fantastic. Can I be a little green with envy?:D
     
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    Its been two weeks now since the last update, the plants appear to be doing alright for the most part.

    Tomatos have adjusted to the outdoors very well, I've been removing suckers, I'm hoping they get 8 feet tall!
    the poll beans have germinated took a while...
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    Peppers had a bit of a rough start, but they seem to be doing OK now, less yellow then before, I bought a pepper transplant and of course its bigger and better than mine, next year... I need to start these indoors much later...

    the radishes are looking Gr8! in about a week i will harvest them.
    in the back i have lettuce which directly sowed, doesn't seem to be doing too well... but its REALLY hot today... we'll see
    the spinage seems to be doing good tho.
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    we are going to have lots and lots of bush beans this summer!
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    The cucumber was a HUGE FAIL, they got way too big as indoor seedlings, once put outside all their leaves died, and only new leaves are surviving, I had no choice but to buy a few transplants. again need to start these indoors MUCH later.
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    Tiny Tim Tomatoes in pots had some transplant shock, but are now doing very well!
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    the weather has just started to really heat up here, there is a heatwave in effect, I swear the weather here is either 30 below 0 or 30oC with high humidity, with no in-between, it's crazy!
     
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    Mate, you've got to be well chuffed with your results, right.
     
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    yes, I am pleased, but never 100% satisfied :p
    I am disappointed that my cucumber starts didn't do well, but all in all, it's going pretty well. I try to get out there and do a little something every day. hopefully, things keep going smoothly and I can start harvesting!
    I'll try to keep updating this thread at least once every 2 weeks, I have a lot of things going on right now, but soon it'll have more time.
     
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