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A little more hope

Monday, 12 Sep 11 Cloudy 26°C / 79°F

I had pretty much given up on growing carrots. I’ve been good at growing the “greens” but the roots have never been much, if they have not just outright died. So, last night I decided to go pull up the last plantings of carrots in my Shed Bed garden, and see if we could get a little bit to add to dinner. I may end up planting carrots again after all :)

Also, some other harvesting. Definately not questioning my ability to grow squash, powdery mildew and all!

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Day 111

Carrots, Purple (2nd)

Daucus carota subsp. sativus

Harvesting [[Archived]]
Day 111

Carrot, Atomic Red (2nd)

Daucus carota subsp. sativus

Harvesting [[Archived]]
Day 111

Carrot, Little Finger (2nd)

Daucus carota subsp. sativus

Harvesting [[Archived]]
Day 100

Squash, White Scallop

Cucurbita pepo var. clypeata

Harvesting 2.0 x item [3.46 lb]
Day 203

Tomato, German Green

Solanum lycopersicum

Harvesting 7.0 x item [1.45 lb]
Day 203

Tomato, Vintage Wine

Solanum lycopersicum

Harvesting 1.0 x item [0.5 lb]
Day 203

Tomato, Black Prince

Solanum lycopersicum

Harvesting 4.0 x item [9.26 lb]
Day 135

Tomato, Early Girl

Solanum lycopersicum

Harvesting 6.0 x item [1.81 lb]
Day 121

Squash, Spaghetti (Table Queen)

Cucurbita pepo

Harvesting 1.0 x item [3.1 lb]

Accidentally cut this off when I was cutting back a vine that was restricting my access to the back of the bed

Day 121

Chard, Bright Lights

Beta vulgaris var. cicla

Harvesting

Actually harvest this all the time

South Raised Bed garden

Mostly squash with a few scattered pinto beans remaining

Northwest Raised Bed garden

Shed Bed garden

So glad I added this bed, it has been wonderful!!

Comments

  • anelson

    anelson wrote:

    nice! I think the slugs and pillbugs keep getting mine, or maybe they dont like my clay soil.

    Posted on 12 Sep 11 (over 3 years ago)

  • ErikInTheBakery

    ErikInTheBakery wrote:

    I’m blaming soil in my case. This crop was in a brand new bed with much better soil.

    Posted on 13 Sep 11 (over 3 years ago)

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