Things are looking good. I added some watermelons, summer squash, and pumpkins to the mix.
Well it was a rough week for the snap peas but they made it. Told ya I don't raise no wussy plants.
Anywho, I got my corn planted (about 30 total plants) and transplanted my tomatoes from their indoor paradise. Nobody likes leaving home sweet home, but ya gotta do it sometime. Especially when you're leaving for California in a week!
Tomorrow I do the peppers and perhaps my other two tomato plants.
Pictures will be up when that happens and things start looking a bit
With this freakishly warm weather we've been having I decided to start a little early and put some plants outside this morning. I did my two pea plants first, I have already gotten about four pea pods from them when they were still indoors so I think they're telling me it is time. They were a little upset going from their nice 70 degree indoor room to the 65 degree Colorado air, but I don't raise no wussy plants. They'll be fine.
Next will likely come the tomatoes, I still need to
I started a garden for the first time last year and it went pretty well, I got tons of squash and corn and cucumbers and other veggies. This year it should be even more better(er), and for those of you on PerC who are interested I'll keep a blog about my progress.
So far I haven't planted anything yet, the dirt is ready and the plants I started from seed are looking great. Within a week or so it should be warm enough to plant, but in Colorado the weather keeps you guessing.