"No wood, No fire!"
- Jan 10, 2016
- Echoville, TEXAS
really! out of the bean soup mix bag... lol. that's cool!I planted a few bean seeds out of a bag of "soup mix" in the house this winter. They grew and produced seed which are now growing in the greenhouse. Pintos, some kind of white bean, and another bean that's growing. The lima grew into a monster in the house, but alas my soil was wrong and went septic for some reason. The seeds it produced were probably not mature, as they haven't germinated yet. Oh well, for the most part the soup mix seeds are a success. It was an organic soup mix, which may have helped, idk?
We have some volunteer spinach and a yellow bean in the greenhouse. I am planning on taking a whole bunch of seed off this year, hopefully. The long season in the greenhouse should help with that. Volunteer parsnip from root in the greenhouse should produce seed this year.
dirt, air, water, sun, ... seeds .
The five genuine resources. governments/royals/evil, anti nature bastards around the world have taken the right to most of the genuine resources of life away from the people. Anti nature, anti God evil bastards.
Yup, doesn't look like a cucumber...the suspense is killing me. Haha!
thanks! that is what i had decided. it has my blessing, but not a plant i usually put in garden. store is good enuff for me. besides, more apt to go for tomatoes... these saturday morning. i added some fertz to the cant. was a lil cubby hole in compost bin just above its root area... watering it often...Its too big now to transplant now !--- I leave it where it is and water it good!
that's a lot of spuds! cabbage family plants look good... enjoyed seeing!tatoes hilled for the last time, cabbage growing, other stuff planted but not up yet.
Had a half inch downpour yesterday.
Strawberries bout done,---- made 38 quarts of jam and had 1 quart of berries left,(not enough for a full batch) so we bagged them and tossed it into the freezer.