Thursday, March 8, 2012

Spring Planting

While 765 hasn't seen much as far as projects go, the front garden has been busy re-sprouting from last years crop without any effort from us. Letting some of the vegetables drop or go to seed has proven the best (and easiest) method for gardening this Spring.
Tomatoes are sprouting up stronger than my babied seeds.
Basil has come up in between the cracks of the bricks.
One squash came back and battled through two frosts.
Zinnias. If you would like a seedling please stop by, we have more than enough.
And one bell pepper is still going from last year. Stud.
We filled in the gaps with even more tomatoes, every color bell pepper, jalapeno peppers, eggplant, and cucumbers. Along with a test run of peas.
Let the battle with the Tomato Hornworms begin.


Anonymous said...

Kelly & Travis, your garden looks great! Do the flamingos eat Hornworms?? The info about them is very interesting...Good Luck! Hugs, Boppy

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