End of Season Garden Reflactions 2014: What We Will Do Different Next Season
|Garden A: Oct 1 2014 cucumbers, Roma tomatoes, beets|
What We Will Do Different in Our Garden Next Year
Plant less Kale and Closer Together
|Check out our HUGE Red Russian Kale it takes up about 7 sq feet! Oct 1 2014|
|Oct 1 2014 garden B Dino kale (has branched out to 2 stems), and curly kale right|
Plant Less Cucumbers and Replace Sugar Snap Peas of One Row
|Oct 1 2014 Garden B cucumbers, turnips, Roma tomatoes|
This year we grew so much cucumbers I'm finding it hard to know what to do with them. We planted 3 rows (each 1'x 5") of cucumbers this year, about 24 cucumber plants. I'm thinking I will replace one row next year with sugar snap peas. Sugar snap peas are more work harvesting, but my husband and I love adding them to stir frys and I love to snack on it with ranch dip. Last year we moved peas from our front yard garden to our backyard and they didn't do well. The squirrels ate most of the seeds planted. And since I've decide to scale back on gardening this year I decided not to plant any.
Plant Cold Season Transplants and Seeds Sooner
|Garden B Oct 1 2014: helper tomato, flowering broccoli, and dino kale|
Give Peppers More Space and Light
|Oct 1 2014 Garden B: Kale Dwarfed our jalapeño plants|
What do you plan to different next season? What plants flopped for you this season? What were the rock stars of your garden? I'd love to hear about it.
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