Here is the watermelon he seems to be going great.
Sunday, April 26, 2009
I think the garden has really taken off this week. We had three days with temperature over 90. I replanted seeds in the middle where the sprinkler is at. From the sprinkler to the end I put black eyed peas. From the sprinkler back to me I planted Alaskan Peas and Green beans.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Here is the upside down tomato. I am surprised it hasn't died yet. I don't see the same growth as I do planting them in the ground. It could be because they don't get as much sunlight, but i don't think so.
I thinned out the corn and they seem to be doing the best. We have two rows.
Here is the jalapeno plants. I think they are going to be great except for one. One is wilted pretty bad, but we will see.
Here is the tomato plants. I took a picture of the best one. My garden area is on a small slope. So all the water pools down at this one. I thought it would be to much water, but it is doing great.
Monday, April 13, 2009
Here is a look at my jalapeno plants. We finally got some rain last night. We have been in a severe drought. I think they are OK, just not a lot of growth.
Here are some flowers I planted by the house and to be honest with you I have no idea what they are, I cant remember what I planted. The white stick to the left is suppose to be an elephant ear. I cant wait until it grows.
Corn; the corn is growing great. I need to go through and thin it out so they get maximum growth, Jack Frost didnt hurt them.
My goal is to take pictures every Sunday. I want to do this so I get excited about the growth. These pictures were taken a week ago. This April has seen some record lows, and right now it is 52 degrees. I love the cold weather, but the cold weather is not so good with gardens as we can see with the Tomato plant. Stay tuned because I am going out to take some pictures right now.