Little Creek Maple Farm

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Around the Garden

This week around the garden some earlier plantings of seedlings are starting to take hold.  There are not a lot of words today but several photos which show the growth that we have been experiencing.  The sunny weather and occasional rainy day has really helped our garden.

Our carrots below are starting to spout and probably should be thinned.

Carrots

Below one of our boxes of red potatoes is really starting to sprout.  I need to find another layer of 1x so we can add some more dirt and continue hilling the spuds!

Red Potatoes

Below most of the hard neck garlic have started to produce their garlic scapes.  With any luck they will develop their curly Q shape.

Garlic Scapes

Below is one of the Nasturtium plants I stated from seed.  Its getting bigger so maybe it will flower at some point.

Nasturtium

Some of the wife’s tomato plants have started to set fruit.

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The Kentucky Pole beans have started to climb.

Kentucky Pole Beans

The blue berries are starting to turn a slight shade of blue!  it won’t be long now and we are almost out of our June Strawberries.

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The pepper plants have started to set fruit

Sweet Peppers

And my Dahlia has several buds with a few that have decided to flower today.

Dahlia

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June 17, 2013 - Posted by | Gardening | , , , , , ,

6 Comments »

  1. I wish Dahlias did better here. Just too hot for them by mid summer

    Comment by cohutt | June 17, 2013 | Reply

    • Yeah, about that can be said for a lot of things in GA, but despite the heat you do seem to grow a fair amount!

      Comment by billcarpenter4 | June 17, 2013 | Reply

  2. Love your potato bed – gave me an idea. Thanks.

    Comment by Judy @ GrandparentsPlus2 | June 18, 2013 | Reply

    • Now I am curious, I hope you post you’re plan on your blog, so I can read about it.

      Comment by billcarpenter4 | June 18, 2013 | Reply

  3. I’d like to know if you get any honeybees pollinating your nasturtiums. I’ve planted a bunch but they’re not as far along as yours.

    Comment by solarbeez | June 19, 2013 | Reply

    • I will keep an eye out and let you know. This is my first season with nasturtium and I am sill waiting for them to bud/ flower.

      Comment by billcarpenter4 | June 19, 2013 | Reply


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