Spring garden growing!

  • Here’s a bunch of pictures from my spring garden. The cucumbers are finally starting to climb up the trellis. The last time I grew them, they took off up high, this time they didn’t get the memo to climb up, and lazily have stayed low. I have lots of tomatoes growing and picked two bell peppers today. It sure is nice having a place to get away and I always marvel at how fast nature seems to move. Everything grows so quickly in the spring! Enjoy the pictures, Melanie
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    May 17th, 2015 | 6 Comments |

6 Responses and Counting...

  • Clyde Kennedy 05.17.2015

    From the pictures the plants seem to go well. During the heat of the summer, how does it effect the plants. The 10″ seem shallow to me

  • Melanie, you sure have a green thumb! I wish my garden grew like yours but the weather here in Michigan just won’t cooperate. The temperature is supposed to be 29 tonight and with only a high of 58 tomorrow it just isn’t very good growing weather. Frost free date has come and gone. I hope it gets warmer soon or I may have to head south again. I really enjoy the posts and pictures. Happy Gardening!

  • You have an amazing garden. Very talented. This is a great idea for a person that is handicapped.
    Thanks for sharing.

  • Melanie, very impressive harvest! Do you make holes on the bottom of the trays to drain excess water?

  • Yes! The details are in the plans but yes for sure – holes!
    Thanks,
    Melanie

  • love your raised garden, where are the tubs that you use for sale? Please and Thank you

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