Sunday, April 28, 2013

Pallet Garden Growth

Pallet Garden I thought it would be more effective to see my pallet garden grow before your eyes.  Here's some pics from beginning to present.  I'll update this post with new pictures as the garden matures...

Setting up....




Overviews

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Cucumbers
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Cabbage and dill
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Basil and Tomato - these aren't doing well.  I suspect pests.

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Watermelon

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Lettuce and squash

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You can't tell, but I actually removed multiple lettuce plants.

Pattypan squash

We ate sopa de flor de calabaza - squash flower soup - when I lived in Mexico.
It wasn't my fav though.

This lettuce that's all twirly, has bolted
(gone to seed)

Herbs, flowers, and 1 squash

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(removed flowers and added other herbs)

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Carrots, potatoes, and sage

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I've been eating the carrots, and they're delicious!

The potatoes leaves are either dying and the spuds are almost ready to eat, or Fuji has been peeing on them, hmmm...

Tomatoes
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Cilantro, parsley, tomatoes, and other herbs
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Bushes and bushes of cilantro!








May 9


Explosion of cilantro!!  There's parsley and tomatoes hiding in there, too.

More to come....

2 comments:

h2omlnbob said...

How do I get may farm on your U-pick list. We are Uncertain Farms south of Seguin. Website and FB under same name. E-mail uncertain farms@yahoo.com Phone 830-832-6431

MuttNut said...

Are you a pick your own farm? If you allow other people to come to your farm and pick their own fruits or vegetables,I'd be glad to list you.

 
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