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Who gardens year round? What do/are you plant(ing)?
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Hopefully I'll start working on one of these soon.
(09-02-2017, 12:23 AM)JRSC Wrote: [ -> ]http://homespunhappenings-tammy.blogspot...s.html?m=1

Hopefully I'll start working on one of these soon.

I have a buddy that did that last fall. He is growing tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, and potatoes year round now. His regular garden was awesome with all of the seedlings he started in January.
I'm going to run a light in there when it starts getting really cold. Been doing research on what best crops to grow.
We run the tower garden all year round. One of the best indoor gardening systems I have ever seen.
Here it is, the middle of December. The cherry tomatoes are still coming in. Will plant some radishes this week.
Getting our garden back in shape.  Not ready to plant yet, but a lot closer to a spring harvest.  We have more work cut out for us in this area.
We planted two types of kale, three types of lettuce, collard greens and mint in the garden today.  Still need to get some tomatoes.  Looking forward to harvest.  We put the kale in our smoothies and it's awesome!

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(01-22-2019, 11:27 PM)David Wrote: [ -> ]We planted two types of kale, three types of lettuce, collard greens and mint in the garden today.  Still need to get some tomatoes.  Looking forward to harvest.  We put the kale in our smoothies and it's awesome!

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Good! Still have tomatoes coming in this February. Planted Brussels sprouts this week. Tangerines and Washington Navel oranges will be coming in this next month.

I spent $650 to have a crew of 7 come in the backyard and trim/thin the neighbors' trees overhanging the property lines and 12 fruit trees on a hill. I simply could not keep up with it.
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