To do list

My garden map keeps evolving the further along I go. Without much prior experience, it kind of has to. The off white areas are where nothing will be planted and/or are walkways. I planned on 2 types of corn, but after researching, I don’t have the space to keep them from cross pollinating, so it’ll be just the one.

My to do list, if the weather holds long enough (due to start raining in the afternoon):
Transplant everything that’s ready – roma and beefsteak tomatoes, all the herbs, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, and onions. The lettuce isn’t ready…the spinach is doing poorly and I’ll probably direct sow more.
Direct sow: Zucchini, squash, beets, carrots, corn, rosemary, spinach. Also need to buy Lemon Cucumber seeds and plant them.
Cover with grass clippings (maybe some of the blank news paper we got for packing that we now don’t need), this will be my mulch for now.

I need to find a source for Territorial Seed’s fertilizer.

2 replies
  1. mike in fort pierce fl
    mike in fort pierce fl says:

    I found your blog through blotanical. You have a very interesting plot going. Lots of nicely constructed frames. The layout looks great. Good Luck on your veggie plots. I look forward to see everything grow. Keep us updated and keep up the good work.

  2. Kim
    Kim says:

    How organized you are. Your gardening diary reminds of Barbara Kingsolver’s journaling–so many pounds of tomatoes, etc. Your weather looks heavenly. Blah on sod! Hoorah for vegetables!


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