So much room for
activities weeds… More tomatoes and peppers? Shucks.
Because these okra need a lot of sweet potato neighbors.
Fingers crossed the radish sown at the base of each plant sprout soon enough to shade the soil to keep them happy as they solidify in their new homes.
Oooo!! New garden space! That is exciting. I think I’ve missed a few posts .. going backwards now.
But why? It’s not like you’re busy or anything 😉
LOL I’m actually Justine SITTING here at the moment waiting for the septic guys. Gotta get that fixed or we’ll be (literally) up a sh*t river without a paddle. 😀
Oh, no! My folks are on a tank and I feel you. Fingers crossed they show up soon and if you’re also getting rain that it doesn’t slow them down.
They are here and we are all getting drenched (thankfully rain, not poo water). All will be well when they leave .. because I won’t let them go ‘til everything’s working again.
Hooray rain! Thirsty earth is thirsty.
Is this a general community garden, or one particular to your neighborhood. You have your work cut out for you, but oh, the rewards!
One for our neighborhood. The soil is glorious, even if it has bermuda and “lizard nut grass” (torpedo, I think it may actually be called) down deep along the edges. And there are plenty of lady bugs and butterflies.
Wow…you’ve certainly made lots of progress since the first of the month. The soil looks good, wishing you a bountiful crop.
The soil in these beds is glorious. I gardened in this same community (different plots) back in 2012 and stopped weighing tomatoes at 100 lbs and sweet potatoes at 50… If I get half that this year I’ll be stoked.
That is fantastic, let’s hope Mother Nature cooperates. 🙂