I got impatient as I usually do, and I went and bought some Jiffy pods, the expandable cocofiber ones, to start some seed in. I started two varieties of lettuce, some squash, cauliflower, and two varieties of lavender. So far, not surprisingly, only the lettuce is up.
In Maryland our...
This is phase 1 , adding the other two this week. Bought almost everything from Home Depot :D: , well the pump came from Harbor Freight , but I'll get a larger one later to run all 4 banks. The net cups, hydroton and fertilizers came from Amazon.
10 Emu Spinach on the left and 10 Winter Density...
I am a gardening newbie, I container garden in the city, but my first garden last year did great! Now I want to expand and the only way to go is up (hanging). I would like advice on the best way to go about planting salad greens in hanging baskets. Do I need to look for specific varieties that...
Left to right, Garlic,Spinach,Lettuce/Turnips,Peas,Collards/Cabbage/Kale,Tomatoes,Peppers
Asparagus In the Raised Beds,Couple more weeks to harvest for the year :)
I Built this planter this year, we put in Carrots and Beats! Juicing Material!
This is our 2nd Garden, I Rent the Lot next to us...
I have planted a garden of Bok Choi, Carrots, Corn, Cucumbers
(spare me the humor), and in other places Tomatoes.
I need pictures of plants that just made it out of the ground.
The carrots (I think because of the tight clustering) have short
When I first got here the...
Survivalist12's Survival Garden Of 2010.
We spent 5 weekends making this thing. The Wooden boxes are easily transportable and are a great resting bed for the plants and...
Well, the weather has FINALLY straightened out enough to let me start on this year's garden. Have the "cool season" things started...swiss chard, spinach, lettuce, carrots, and peas. Also took a bunch of those tall "tomato towers" that open up, and linked them together to form a fence along the...
We're starting a vegetable garden for the first time. I planted some herb seeds indoors but I'm not sure if the veggies should be planted directly in the ground or not. I will be planting potatoes, carrots, onions, lettuce, tomatoes and a few others...
Thanks for any advice.
OK folks I am splitting off of Shawn's winter garden thread. Sort of going the same route (great imspiration Shawn) but I am probably gonna be needing a lot more help. :( (Never been good at gardening) But like Kev has preached about, this IS something you need to learn so here I go.