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Gardening for food and fun.

A group for those interested in gardening for food, wildlife, beauty and therapy to share ideas and ask questions.  Beginners and experts welcome. 

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April 15th 2014 Garden update/What's growing on in the garden

Started by Cassie K on Wednesday. 0 Replies

The blueberry bushes, peach trees, pear trees, and plum tree and grape vines are blooming. The fig and cherry trees are not showing much sign of life, but I have some hope for them.…Continue

What are you planning on growing this year?

Started by Katy Doyle Apr 12. 0 Replies

Earlier this week, I planted basil and today I planted blue potatoes at my house. I also have red and gold potatoesready for when I get the next potato space ready. I also have a good sized herb…Continue

Spring & Summer Garden Layout

Started by Cassie K Apr 7. 0 Replies

As you know I am not taking my trip across America, see post here.…Continue

Tags: summer gardening, starting garden, garden preparation, container gardening, avoid gardening mistakes

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Comment by Creig I am on April 11, 2013 at 4:38am

Yummy treat to grow what we eat! some seeds and soil is just what we need...some water and sun to help them grow...and before you know, you have created life to nourish the soul!

Comment by mickster on February 10, 2013 at 6:21am

Lekoma,  It is that point in the winter up here that I wished I lived else were. When I retire I will spend a few winter months in FLorida.  

  I noticed last spring that dandelions were the first to grow. I just ordered 10,000 dandelion seeds and when they get here I am going to throw down about half of them right on the snow.  I have an area  all fenced off for them. I am hoping they grow like weeds.

Comment by Pixi on November 13, 2012 at 10:47pm

Lovely Dina! My gardening's a bit stalled until we re-fence, now that we have an inquisitive pup ;)

Comment by Dina on November 13, 2012 at 8:42am

Hi everyone! I am so happy I've started my vegetable garden this year!

It helps me when I was vegan and it helps me now, I am on raw diet only a second month.

We also had had a snow here in New England but I still have a lot of greens, asian cabbages, bok choy, swiss chard, collard and mustard. All I need for green salads.

Good Luck to Sunny Florida!

Comment by sue shannon on October 18, 2012 at 6:58pm

Hi Lekoma you are so lucky with your climate, i'm making gardens @ moment ground is so hard & stony here so i just put a layer of cardboard or paper & cover with horse poops add old straw or hay & top with well rotted manure cover with plastic & hopefully in spring will uncover  beautiful soil! I've got some winter spinach & corn salad growing that is if slugs don't get em first & i've ordered some strawberry plants & am going to try sowing my peas at end of month to Hopefully get an early crop in April Roll on spring it's all wind & rain here at moment but that's Wales plenty of soggy wet weather.

Comment by noelle kells on August 19, 2012 at 8:53pm

Hi Lekoma. I'm just coming out of hibernation.  Its been a long, cold winter.  Today my husband and I walked around the yard and made plans for the next few months.  Two new plum trees and a bee garden are in the works.  Plus we are starting to get the soil prepped for planting.  Exciting times.

Your summer has been amazing.  I have been following though not participating(i'm like a sloth in the winter!). Are you lovin Florida? 

And, if you don't mind me asking-what wheelchair? 

Comment by Sunny on June 17, 2012 at 4:05pm

Every morsel counts. The body knows when something is grown locally with love.  Go out and love on the peas and thank them and ask for more. BTW ask the critters to leave them alone.

Did you just pop them into your mouth or did you create something with a recipe?

I like to make samosas with my peas and cauliflower

Comment by Sunny on June 17, 2012 at 11:48am

Yesterdays harvest.

Comment by jimmy on June 15, 2012 at 2:44pm

Great info Lekoma,thanks!

Comment by urielswords on May 12, 2012 at 6:32am

Concerning the wasps, I have fond them to non-confrontational most of the time. While sitting on my wooden bench they will land next to me and chew off the wood fibers, then fly off then come back for more. Never buzzing or bothering me.

It is when they get swatted is when they get aggressive.

 

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