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Gardening – Come On Spring!
Indoor gardening. We have a few seed starts. Onions were first in mid January for transplanting outside in early April. Spinach next which will go into a hoop house in early to mid April. Four types of lettuce that will be scattered into several beds when they all thaw out. (Or unthaw as the localsContinue reading “Gardening – Come On Spring!”
Gardening – Leafy Greens: A Great Start
We began our 2023 outdoor garden in late January…indoors. 18 cells of spinach started on January 29. Only 15 cells germinated, but there are multiple spinach plants in several cells. We Started them in 3.5″ deep seed starter trays. Spinach does not like to be transplanted too often, so they will go directly from seedlingContinue reading “Gardening – Leafy Greens: A Great Start”
Gardening: Harvesting Lettuce and Spinach
After a couple of weeks off, 10 days on vacation, we are back to discuss operation Green Thumb. Harvesting the 60 day plants has begun. Today: Lettuce and Spinach. Bonus. We learned two more gardening terms! “Bolting” and the “Cut and Come Again Method”. Bolting is a term describing the flowers that form at theContinue reading “Gardening: Harvesting Lettuce and Spinach”