Another year wow where does it go. With a laundry list of things I’ve learned from last year this year’s garden has been severely simplified. I figured out (roughly) how much of each planting we use and what I need to scale back on, what to plant more of. The boyfriend, Dale, has gotten more on board with my canning. Last year’s tomatoes made an impression I think :) He says I need a lot of tomatoes this year. I’m not doing any cherry varieties and a third are paste tomatoes. The other two-thirds are determinate with the exception of one Black Krim and one Persimmon I just direct sowed. Onions and beets I doubled up on, and may put more onions in. I seriously doubt I could grow too many.
New for me is garlic that I planted last fall. Its all up and looking good so I have high hopes. Also planting more cucumbers and peas. Pictures slowly getting added.
Oh P.S. I still don’t live in New York….
kris04's South View garden is an outdoor garden and is located in Long Island, KS, United States and currently contains 29 plants.This is a Vegetable garden that is known to be in USDA Hardiness Zone 5b. It has mainly Clay soil and receives Full Sun light.