Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Fall's coming in....


Rows of Rutabaga's, Bok Choy, Onions, Carrots, and Radishes all benefited this past weekend. We had almost 4 days of rain, and everything is just looking great.






 Rutabaga's
 Turnips..


Nero Di Toscana...


Fava Beans, (Loraine)

 Peppers,




 Rutabaga's..



Fennel....


 Swiss Chard......





That's all for now...



Be well,
Christina

8 comments:

  1. Such neat rows!! I love the excitement of new growth in the garden - especially if I can eat what's growing!

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  2. It's great to see little seedlings coming up. Will you be thinning? Looks like very successful germination. Will be very exciting watching them grow.

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  3. The beinning of the fall garden are so sweet. The tiny seedlings are so cute, in my opinion. I'm only starting my second round of gardening -the first this past spring, and now for fall. I'm very excited!
    The look of garden is so neatly organized:)
    I hope to follow along with your progress in the garden!!
    Blessings, Deanna

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  4. Thanks all! I try to keep it neat Hannah, otherwise the pups will be all over them in a second. Kelli, I definitely have to thin, I did not expect such a wonderful germination.I tried a new seed company( Baker Creek Seeds and Victory Seeds) and they have been wonderful. I think I am going to use the "thins" in a salad! :) Thanks Deanna, I am truly excited about this fall's garden as this is my first in Texas.

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  5. You have a gorgeous yard! And looks like your summer garden did really well, as I saw in previous posts. I haven't been on the ball with my garden this year... maybe next year?! I always say that! :D

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    1. lol...my garden has only done well because I have been between jobs. However, that is about to stop, as I was just offered a position! So I better make sure I make time.

      There is always next year...that is what I love about gardening!

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  6. Look at those sweet little seedlings! I have some fall lettuce that is a few inches tall. The radishes and carrots are about the size of your seedlings, and I'm afraid they probably won't be big enough to harvest before the ground freezes. I did get some in the spring, though.

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    1. I am waiting patiently for freezing! :) lol I have not lived in the south for years, and today it was 88 degrees!! I was praying for the cool crisp fall weather that I remembered, but to no avail. I just worked outside in the heat, sweating!

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