GreenHouse Fever in Remission

rayinpenn(6)May 6, 2012

Thought I would do a follow-up as so many of you read about and helped me during my affliction.

The Greenhouse is coming along..

Some plants in the GH had a late start thanks UPS. The squash did nothing until we had a few warm days. Assorted Melons in the square peat pots. I plan on growing them in plastic tubs.

Potatoes are coming fine..Can you see the peas close to the fence?

The wife (And critical Greenhouse erector) loves Strawberries (so do the deer). WE should have more than enough.

My Romaine (big) and much awaited little gem lettuce..

Two new raised beds still not completely full.

All in all I am none the worse for having suffered through GreenHouse Fever...

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ghoghunter

Well it looks like you have a wonderful garden and have had lots of fun!! The greenhouse fever has made you stronger!! So glad you posted a follow up!
Joann

    Bookmark   May 6, 2012 at 7:49PM
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rayinpenn(6)

Ghoghunter thanks. I see you are close by.. Weather was better in April eh? But great for Working outside so cool out .

    Bookmark   May 6, 2012 at 8:36PM
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nancyjane_gardener(Zone 8ish North of San Francisco in the "real" wine country)

How many squash are you growing???????

    Bookmark   May 6, 2012 at 8:57PM
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rayinpenn(6)

NJ_G The shovels are pointing at my cukes. I love pickles. Last year I planted 50 seeds and every single one was eaten by something. So I definitely want them with a set of true leaves before I set them out. I hated buying them from the Amish guy. I know he was thinking "sucker" these are easy to grow.

    Bookmark   May 7, 2012 at 5:40AM
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