- considering getting rid of what I think is a Prunus Cerasifera (often called purple-leaf plum).
- ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherry_plum
- ref: http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/consumer/factsheets/trees-new/prunus_cerasifera.html
- Sage see also Sage Oil
Considering enlarging the garden, need to consider racoons and squirrels.
- Compost Heap
From Left to right:
- Cherry Tomato
- A Row of Zucchini
- Another row of Cherry Tomato
- A Row of Zucchini
- Snap Peas
- Tomato + Potato
Lessons taught from this year: put the Zucchini on the end so it can "over flow, without shading plants nearby.
Lessons Learned this year: pinch the armpits of the tomato, this keeps the tomatoes from getting to leggy, it limits grow , but ensures that tomatoes that do grow , grow well. And I have no shortage of flowers ( as of july ).
Potted Basil is growing like gang-busters from last year's seed.
- Half Cherry Tomatoes / Half Plum Tomatoes
- Did much more nipping of flowers and get better results, could nip more flowers.
- Strawberry - Lots of fruit for one plant, could do more.
- cauliflower - let it go to see, need to harvest sooner.
- snap peas - Need to figure out how to get better yield here. Few plants were productive.
- Pumpkin / Squash and pumpkin squash
- Good Growth
- Good crop
- Took WAY too much ground cover. left the raised box , covered the lawn. Poor lawn.
- Next year: Grow up, sturdy trellis needed.
- Habenero peppers
- Three plants,
- great yield
- good flavour
- great heat
- Great colour , brilliant orange.
- Some fruit at end of year were still green, some ripened, but many stayed green.
- Good crop
- Good crop, some grew to good size,
- Many didn't get big, Colour was purple but I felt like they were green.
- thyme , several potted plant did ok, they seem a bit more delicate. In the ground samples did well. - at the end of the year everything was dug up due to Deck expansion
- get deck setup with planters / Pots - done.
- This is an opportunity to create "full sun" positions.
- consider also: drainage , and root depth.
- tomatos as before: 50/50 cherry + Plum
- Eggplant - none -
- Some sort of squash - grow up-wards.
- lavender - one potted, some in raise boxes, from seedling.
- sage - planted in raised boxes from seedling.
- Thyme - planted in a planted from seedling
- roma tomato
- cherry tomato
- took a while to get started
- boxed it up with some spare bits of wood. boxed up about 2 feets, we shall see if
- See Potato Notes
- horse radish , two plants doing well ( one that I tough was dead "came back" )
- sage - came back from last year, doing well.
- zucchinni - potted - fruits showing as of July.
- irish moss ( resurcet what little survived over the winter.) going well David (talk) 18:42, 10 July 2015 (UTC)
- soil was lightly ameliorated in spring
no notes , boo!
did lots of small tomatoesand then failed to harvest them properly and ended up with a lot of rotten tomatoes on the vine.
I did do some pinching of buds and flowers and that seem to help have better bunch of ripe tomatoes, but I really didn't give the garden that much love this year.
I also did curly kale and got a good harvest from that, using it for cabbage salad and stir fries. But I did get , towards the end of the season a very bad case of aphids or mites or something.
Notably one of the patches I did not plant at all but instead let grow what ever. I eneded up with a fantastic bed of corriander, thyme, sunflower, and a little dill.
This year there was no garlic, but I'm ready for garlic next season. It's not in the ground yet, but should be soon David (talk) 00:35, 25 October 2019 (UTC)