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Another sprout update

Now my friends, all seeds have sprouted except for our beloved Jalepenos! (My husband laid hands on them and said a heartfelt prayer this morning). If they don't sprout soon I might need to try again with fresh seeds. The good news is, we have yellow pear tomato, speckled roman tomato, tomatillo, better boy tomato,… Continue reading Another sprout update

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Keep a record of when you fertilize so you won’t forget when to fertilize again (lots of pictures)

Had a good and busy day in the garden today and yesterday: I added a couple more flower plants in this entry bed. I added some flowers to this spot as well. In this area I also buried fertilizers around the first 9 Hibiscus bushes. I learned through my research that Hibiscus plants need approximately… Continue reading Keep a record of when you fertilize so you won’t forget when to fertilize again (lots of pictures)

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Trying a New Seed Starting Method

I recently saw someone use egg shells to start seeds on Pinterest and I wanted to try it myself. My added touch? I used a sharpie to label the seeds so that I remember what I planted and when. When the seedlings are the desired size for transplanting, I can bury the eggshell right into… Continue reading Trying a New Seed Starting Method

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A Question for Readers and Gardeners (comments are welcomed)

Most writers regard the truth as their most valuable possession, and therefore are most economical in its use.- Mark Twain There is something I need to know. Mark Twain expressed the value of truth and its economic impact. Knowing what types of plants I'm working with will allow me to place them in the right location… Continue reading A Question for Readers and Gardeners (comments are welcomed)