dill and roma

IMG_0997have begun harvesting the self seeded dill to dry.  leaving a couple of plants out there to seed for another harvest, but making space for the spaghetti squash to get planted.  Did put the Loofa (Luffa) in on the west side.  The seedlings had come up strong, but haven’t done as well as my other squash seedlings.

Of my store bought Roma seedlings, one from ACE has died.  replaced it with two home sprouted seedlings.  They are the plants in the south eastern quarter of the grow bag. (after all this is a gardening journal!)

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2 Responses to dill and roma

  1. Karen says:

    I enjoy reading about gardens in other parts of our country. My plants can’t go in the ground until the end of May. We have frost advisories for tonight. Good luck with your growing season.

    • morgaineotm says:

      Sometimes we have that too. Our official last frost date is 5/15. An early season here usually means a prolonged “too hot to grow” season. Then another short growing period before our first frost in October. Its all a challenge. Good luck with your garden when its time

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