WildEdibles garden 2018
Posted 29 September 2020 - 01:24 PM
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Posted 07 November 2020 - 03:18 AM
Can't do pics without resizing them. I havnt don't that in awhile.
That can get annoying but big pictures are very nice :)
Posted 07 November 2020 - 03:22 AM
We saved our garden while it got freezing the other night bit stayed just above for a second night. We're trying to ripen up the squash and tomatoes and peppers before picking to finish in the house. We checked at 3am since that's when partner gets up for work. He said its fine so we didn't do anything more. By the time I woke up I could see frost getting thicker and thicker in yard areas. I did the sprinkler on the garden and sprayed down the "herb" plants to stop any damage. It worked very well. Everything more than 4ft tall wasn't protected by other plants and or the water so it killed the tips of tomatoes but upper squash garden didn't get hit but several pumpkins around the yard got totally toasted. It really is all about the different microclimate here in my yard. Lots of tomatoes trying to finish up and odds and end other things. We have ripened tomatoes in bags and in front of windows. Bags have worked best in the past so we have boxes set aside to harvest them all. We planned on canning and stuff so we had like 60 tomato plants alone. We will then do the freezer trick cuz im sure they won't all ripen at the same time. We love to add fresh to sauces and dishes so that should work for us with a little less work involved as in canning. Im super happy with my 3 larger outdoor herb plants. I dont have the cover of the greenhouse/cattle pannel/ lean to/ winter goose pen lol.up yet. But they will have been flowering a full ten weeks if I can make them last till mid oct to harvest. Since the cover isn't up ill be moving the big 3 potted plants into the garage to keep dry at least over the next couple days. We might actually make it till mid Oct for a fully outside grow that I havnt done in years. Broke an early branch and I can say that the flavor is certainly there, both strains are dark purple from the cold already. I know, I need pics and to post them. I will but let's see how the rest of the fall goes. Friday will be another sprinkler night for us. We have some of the most beautiful black tomatoes and lots of them. They need to at least blush or turn red on the non sunny sides to be ripe.
Thanks great read thanks very much
All great information to pass on in the garden
Much love xoxox thanks
Posted 02 April 2021 - 02:40 AM
SHEDWARS Playlist gardening challenge
Edited by wildedibles, 02 April 2021 - 02:43 AM.
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