Category Archives: asparagus

garden update

Perfect for Beltane! almost all the tomatoes in the ground, 6 are standing by in case some of the ones planted don’t make it.  Also got the peppers and eggplant in their respective planters.  Not quite as previously outlined, especially … Continue reading

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tax day

At least for some people.  For me, it was getting one section of the garden cleaned up and organized.   First, the tale of the Goal Zero 1000.  This was from Costco of all places and seems to be an unique … Continue reading

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enjoying the green

  Not traditional, but FRESH. Asparagus with the corned beef and potatoes today Keeping the garden protected against critters is becoming hard!  They ate 4 of the 6 broccoli plants in the main garden despite it being a fenced in … Continue reading

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garden update

for the bees garden is doing surprisingly well since it is as hot as it has been, with weeks in the 100Fs!  the main garden is well covered both from the top and from the side. eastern side with screening, … Continue reading

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garden journal update

May 11, 2016.  Most of garden is planted.  Am not really good at planning the garden.  Get some of it down, but the plan has to be adjusted because of how much space I used for the alliums, how long … Continue reading

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updates

That time of year when garden updates are frequent. First, potatoes.  Since I’m container growing my potatoes,  its been largely experimentation rather than success.  So this year bought some real seed potatoes (8 in the package, already sprouting), NORLAND.  Putting … Continue reading

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Asparagus!

Last fall planted 25 bare root Asparagus plants.  The fall weather was mild and about 3 of them shot up right away and I let them be.  With the early warm weather we’re having, 22 have put up shoots so … Continue reading

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