Another Pleasant Valley Funday

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Eatin' and Pickin'

Peas and thinning Carrot!
We enjoy fresh peas, and we need to thin so Carrot will grown bigger!

ABOVE, I picked some more Golden Peas, and I am starting to thin the peas! I always OVERSEED carrot. the seeds are little bigger than a pin head, so, I toss tons of them. Later, when they start to come up, I thin, by picking tiny ones that I sue in salads! I'll start to pick a dozen or more of those tiny carrot each day now, until I am left with properly thinned plantings, for larger carrot end of month

Looking around, I think Thursday, I will pick 3 or 4 green zucchini harvest at least two Grow Bags of potato, and replant some potato immediately.


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Above: Brandywine tomato coming in nicely.
Below: More Brandywine Tomato

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Herbs and Lettuces are doing well.

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Above: Lettuces, and other leafy greens
Below: Cherokee Purple Tomato coming along, as well

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Above: Three types of peas, climbing and showing their pods!



Gardening To DO:

  • Harvest potato, replant immediately
  • Plant more red lettuce lettuce for the next round
  • Harvest the salad greens that are almost going to bolt!
  • thin carrot
  • Ready to pick are a few pints of Raspberry!
LOTS More to come, from my GroVid22 Gardens!


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Manually curated by EwkaW from the @qurator Team. Keep up the good work!

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Looks like the garden is surviving your days away from giving it TLC that you amply make up for when you return.

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Linnea's been helping me for a few years, and while I am at the Camper, she's been great at watering
. I still have all the weeding and pruning, etc. As well as tying up plants, etc. She does some harvesting. Also known as picking peas and eating them.

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I (and my siblings) were really good at harvesting peas.. just like Linnea. They are so much fresher that way.

Was never the case with green and yellow beans though. They could stay on the plant with no problem.

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I seriously want to do peas next year
you talking about how they didn't make it in hehehe and so sweet hahahaha
maybe when you come visit - you can help me set up a basket for them with a trellis hehe
i know we can't plant then - but at least it will be set up!

when Sam came last time - we planted the raspberries hehehe will be fun if there is just a BIT of growth on them hahahaha cuz right now they are just STICKS hahahaha

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i bet the peas do well, plant them early
outside,
they LVOE cool weather
and plant them again, late summer, into fall.
they can take frost, too, so, right up until OCtober

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but you aren't here in late summer.
soooooooooooooooo?

i am lost.

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