Peas on the Way

I noticed the first flower on the sugar snap peas and many other buds. It won’t be long until we will be picking and eating them.

We have cleared out and amended (with compost, rock dust, and Medina Growing Green organic granular fertilizer) plenty of growing space (~75 ft. x 4ft.). We have pulled out our most mature Anaheim pepper plants, okra patch, and the jalapeno plants. Theses plants have been growing since the spring and had stems like tree trunks. To replace these heavily producing plants we have Round Red Beets, Denali cauliflower, red cabbage, multicolor swiss chard, carrots, peas, lettuce, arugula, kale, onion, and other seeds to try. It seems as though the most difficult growing season is summer for our climate. With our research, will be using some gardening tricks to produce healthy vegetables through the winter.

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