Min's Spring Vegie Growing Challenge 2011

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Min is growing Beans, Broccoli, Capsicum, Carrot, Lettuce, Squash, Sweetcorn, Tomato, Zucchini in Waikato and has 10 posts. Previous growing challenges: Spring Vegie Growing Challenge


Rain, Rain, Glorious Rain

Min is talking about growing Squash, Tomato from Waikato

Late yesterday afternoon and into the early evening we had the most beautiful rainfal here.  It was awesome for the garden, and I can see the results already.  All my plants are looking much happier after the rain... it's amazing what...

Read on | comments | Posted at 06:10am on 30th October 2011


Photos of my Lettuces and Spring Onions

Min is talking about growing Lettuce, Tomato from Waikato

Just been out in the gardens taking my morning wander to see what's happening.  This morning I took the camera and took some photos of the Lettuces and Spring Onions in the flower garden, so I'll post them here.

The Slug Bait I put...

Read on | comments | Posted at 06:10am on 20th October 2011


Lettuces and Spring Onions... in the flower gar...

Min is talking about growing Lettuce from Waikato

I had a rather busy morning yesterday.  My hubby and son # 3 weeded the front of the main flower garden for me, and I followed along behind them with my trusty hand fork and a tray of plants... Only they were vege plants, since the vege ga...

Read on | comments | Posted at 05:10am on 18th October 2011


All Planted Up

Min is talking about growing Broccoli, Lettuce from Waikato

This morning has been busy with the first garden bed now planted in full.  There looks to be a large amount of space left, but alas, I know that if I fill it I will definitely regret it later as the Brassicas will have nowhere to grow, and...

Read on | comments | Posted at 07:10am on 6th October 2011


Garden Plots Ahoy!

Min is talking about growing Broccoli, Capsicum, Squash, Tomato, Zucchini from Waikato

This morning my hubby and eldest son got out and nailed together the first two garden plots for us.  Now we have the long and heavy job of filling them with "stuff" in which to plant - a layer of newspaper and cardboard to stunt the weed g...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:10pm on 4th October 2011

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