Sunday, July 28, 2019

Garden Update July 2019

Hi Guys,

It's been a busy summer! The garden is a few weeks behind because of the cold long spring we had, but overall, everything is kicking into high gear. Hopefully, we'll have enough time before frost for everything to fruit the way it would have if it wasn't behind. The tomatoes and melons are still pretty small, and it's likely we won't get much at all this year, maybe not even any, if it keeps going the way it has. But, other than that, it looks like we may have peppers, squash, zucchini, beans, beets, sunflower seeds, cucumbers, carrots, onions, and garlic. We also got a tiny harvest of potatoes, and they tasted great!

This summer I've been spending most of my time in the garden, working on my house, going to the gym, knitting tons of new projects which I'll share on here, because I learned to knit this year, writing, and trying to learn new things for my job, so I haven't spent nearly enough time blogging at all! Hopefully the garden task posts have been helpful, and I hope to update you again soon. For now, take a look at the progress! I love the way the boxes turned out, and hope everything continues to grow well.

July Raised Bed Garden // Garden Update July 2019 //
Garden to table potatoes // Garden Update July 2019 //
Onions and Garlic curing and the first beet // Garden Update July 2019 //
Raised Garden Beds // Garden Update July 2019 //
Cucumbers and Acorn Squash // Garden Update July 2019 //
Mad hatter peppers and watermelon vines // Garden Update July 2019 //
Canteloupe vines, and Fernleaf Dill // Garden Update July 2019 //
Beets and a Garden View // Garden Update July 2019 //
Rose and Pepper Flowers // Garden Update July 2019 //

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