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New house, new garden

Posted by bluehrs Zone 10 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 7, 13 at 12:54

Hi all,

I recently moved, which meant leaving my old garden behind and setting up again. I've been square foot gardening for the last five years in raised beds, but decided this time around the sfg would be in the ground since I was already getting a late start. Stuff going now is:

Waltham broccoli
Copenhagen Market Early cabbage

Beets (Tall Top Early Wonder)
Radishes (French Breakfast)
Rainbow carrot mix
Scarlet Nantes carrots

Celery
Swiss chard
Bloomsdale spinach
Long Standing spinach
Extra Dwarf pak choy
Redbor Kale
Vates Kale

Arugula (Roquette)
Bibb lettuce
Black Seeded Simpson lettuce
Green Star lettuce
Jericho romaine lettuce
Kagraner Sommer bibb lettuce
Nevada lettuce
Red Sails settuce
Slobolt lettuce

Leeks (American Flag)
Green Onions (White Lisbon)

Acorn Squash
Ambrosia Cantaloupe
Blue Lake pole bean
Early Butternut Squash
English cucumber
Golden Squash
Green Zucchini
Honeydew
Sangria Watermelon
Yellow Crookneck Squash

Herbs
Cilantro
Dill
Greek Oregano
Italian Oregano
Italian Parsley
Italian Basil
Marjoram
Mint
Rosemary
Sage
Tarragon
Thai Basil
Thyme

Peppers
Arbol
Cayenne
Guajillo
Habanero
Italian Sweet Long Pepper
Jalapeno
Marconi Rosso
Mini Red Bell
Mini Yellow Bell
New Mexico Chile Pepper
Ortega Chile Pepper
Pasilla
Peruvian Purple
Poblano
Shishito

Tomatoes
Anna Russian
Cherokee Purple
Dwarf Beryl Beauty
Iditarod Red
Jet Star
Neves Azorean Red
Opalka
Rosella Purple
Sleeping Lady
Sungold
Tazmanian Chocolate
Tiny Tim

If you want to check my progress please read my blog at www.squarefootgardener.com

Happy gardening,
Brandon

Here is a link that might be useful: The Square Foot Gardener


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RE: New house, new garden

Brandon,
Very impressive list of vegetables and how well your "garden" is kept! Very nice!

Tom


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RE: New house, new garden

Thanks. Everything's rocking now. I planted 8 varieties of lettuce thinking I'd lose a bunch to summertime bolting. Only my Bibbs bolted so I'm going to have 10 grocery bags of lettuce lettuce at about the same time - so all you gardenweb'ers come grab a bag ;)

Here is a link that might be useful: 2013 Summer Lettuce Showdown


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