It's also that time where I'm trying to decide what other plants to grow for the coming fall season. I already know that I'll be growing garlic....that's a no brainer for me. I've grown garlic for six years straight, and I always find some space in my garden to grow garlic, not only because I love cooking with it, but it's also easy to grow--can't beat that!!
See, the pic below, these are some of the seeds that I have put into the garden and a few that I plan on putting into the garden.
Let's see, I have arugula seeds and lettuce seeds(four season variety, they don't mind a little heat),oh yeah beets, Swiss chard, pumpkin seeds, and some carrot seeds from last year. I wished I could remember the name of the carrot seeds off of the top of my head, but I can't...I'm sure I have the name written down in my supposedly garden journal(I need to do better), but I'm sure I'll find the info because these baby carrots were, sooooo sweet last year, I've got to find out the name, so I can share their name with you.
The arugula and the lettuce seeds are the only seeds that I haven't planted in the garden yet, but I'm going to real soon---I promise.
Hey, let's take a look at one of my pumpkin plants.
I just keep telling myself, "If I can grow melons, then I can grow pumpkins."
I'll keep doing that, however, it would be nice if the people who read this blog would do the same, thanks.
Okay, now that I've shown you one of my pumpkin plants, let's take a look at the beets.