Gardening

My Garden: Update #6

My garden has started to both wind down, and grow like crazy! I have been gone for several days, and now that I’m back it’s amazing to see everything that’s going on.

First let’s start with the indoor plants. I still have one Oregano that is still barely hanging in there.

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Next, my ground cherry is still producing. At first, I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with all of my ground cherries since nobody in my family likes them. So I started feeding them to my mealworms! They love them, and so they aren’t going to waste.

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I still haven’t harvested any stevia… I know I keep saying that I will, and then I never do. I will try to harvest and dry some within the next week. Otherwise, it seems to keep on growing and looks rather healthy.

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My parsnips are doing fabulous! Just look at how big they are getting! I can’t wait to eat some this fall!

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I’m pretty positive now that my celery plant is a lost cause. I’ve kept it all of these months and it has done absolutely nothing. I’ll probably pull it and stick into the compost pile or something.

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Do I ever have a surprise for you! You know how last garden update I was so sure that my mystery plant was cabbage? Look at it now! It’s cauliflower!!! I’m so excited! I hope that the bugs don’t eat it because, now I want to!

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My little rabbit “friend” has been eating some of my radish pods. Thankfully, there are plenty left and I should have a good amount of seeds for next year.

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Next, I have something really exciting! Little baby spaghetti squash! Look at them! They are going to be absolutely delicious once they are ripe!

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My lemon balm, is still growing away. I’ve been drying quite a bit of it, as well as using it fresh to make tea. I’m glad I decided to grow in a pot this year, because last year it grew huge!

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The raspberry bush is still producing delicious raspberries! There aren’t too many left on there, and the bugs have really been destroying the leaves. Next year, there will be even more raspberry canes, and even more raspberries😋! I can’t wait!

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I found a small raised garden bed the other day for only $10! I’m going to use it next year for a little herb garden outside.

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Also, I didn’t water my garden before I took these pictures, so if everything looks a little dry, that’s why. Don’t worry though, everybody got watered today😉! Thanks for reading, have a great rest of your day!

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