Friday, 27 July 2012

Week 7


The past week in the garden was a good one. Everything is on track and looking yummy. There are a few things that are on the verge of being ready to harvest.

Here is the main garden at week 7
okay bad picture....LOL

Some of the highlights this week are


The Brussels sprouts are not doing much of anything in fact look at the little one beside it.....its dying.
 In fact a lot of my cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower are looking the same way....not good!  


The spinach loves this new area. It will be time to trim them up today. 


The spinach also found some new friends...look at all these tomato plants that have come up! I know I should pick them, but I kind of want to leave them too!  I think they may be cherry tomatoes though and I already have lots of them. 

The Kohlrabi are just about ready to harvest, or well at least this one is the other are painfully slow 

The peppers and eggplants are finally showing some life. One pepper plant is blooming 

The first cucumber is starting to form 

Look at these little zucchini babies’ growing...there are about 10 that I could see 

And the New garden


So there you go there are some of the highlights for week 7

have a great day!




7 comments:

  1. Isn't gardening great!! I had to chase a buck deer out of my potatoes this morning...eats the tops!! lol

    Congratulations on your win this morning....very nice.

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  2. Things are looking good. Too bad about the Brussels sprouts though. I planted mine way too late. I'm not sure what I was thinking. It is an early one, but still I doubt it has time to do anything.

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  3. Wishing I had a place for a garden...Sigh....
    Oh, congrats on winning Ellison Lane's Marmalade Fabrics giveaway!

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  4. Kohlrabi already? Mine don't show any signs of this vegetable yet? Plants look healthy, not sure if it is past their deadline to produce something?? In couple weeks you should have your hands full!

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  5. Your garden is coming along nicely Mrs. P! Too bad about your Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Broccoli & Cauliflower. Hopefully they will make it through. I have yet to be successful growing Brussels Sprouts.

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  6. The garden is looking great. How exciting!
    I've forgotten where you ended up planting the spinach, was it in one of the more shaded plots?

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  7. I just planted my brocooli, brussel sprouts, and cabbage this past week. We have not had any rain in weeks so we are having to water by hand.

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