Better late than never is the proverb. This year I was somewhat fortunate with my veggies. The strawberry in the bag was an epic failure however the plant made it. Tomatoes and pepper plants are just flowering and I am somewhat happy it yielded something or in the process of getting my harvest for this summer.
Just looking at the veggie flowers made my day and I am looking forward to seeing the actual veggies. I am interested in finding out if these plants can be somehow preserved through winter. I have them in pots and bags thus they are portable.
I also have 1 Zinia that survived and a couple Marigold plants. I am currently researching about fall herbs and plants. Happy Farming everyone!
In the past few years I developed an interest for gardening. Despite the allergies, in the past couple weeks I tried to spend some time with my garden. This involves germinating the seeds, preparing the soil / pots, allocating a sunny area to keep the plants and protecting the plants from bugs / squirrels / rabbits or other pests that could kill the plants.
I find it to be a relaxing project majority of the times. When the plants survive it is a good feeling and when it doesn’t, it’s a learn in progress feeling (frustration). I was not so successful in the past 2 years due to inexperience and various reasons.
This year I planted strawberries in a bag, marigold, zinnia, green pepper, cilantro and tomatoes. Wish me luck for this year’s harvest.