Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Wednesday, Still planting

     I planted a lot yesterday and have about 3/4 of the garden planted.  I have about 36 bean starts left over that I will put out on the church web site and see if anyone wants them.  Also my corn was not quite ready to transplant so only 1/3 is done.  I need to wait for the seedlings to root a little bit more.

     My lovely neighbor gave me  4 large tomato plants and some cucumbers.  She has peppers and cherry tomato plants ready in a week.  So nice to not have to buy them.  I transplanted 12 large sunflowers that had seeded them selves before we tilled and they are doing fine.  They were a little shocked and droopy at first but have recovered nicely.

     Today I have several flowers that I need to plant and I still have to do the wheelbarrow.  However I feel like I have a migraine coming on, so not much might get done today.  Just this awful pressure in my head and the front of my face and jaw.  Might be allergies, I hope so.

     I have a bride coming in at 2 to day so I don't want to get dirty until after she comes. 

Took a load of laundry over to Lil sis's to dry, and I have another that needs to go over later.  I killed a very expensive begonia plant of hers, becasue I over watered it. I will have to go see if I can replace it.  I feel terrible about it.

      Well I am going to go out a water and putz around until the bride come.  Then I will plant what is left, and probably go over to the nursery and replace the plant I killed of Lil sis'

     Cheryl has a post up about inventorying the things you have in storage and I realize I really need to use up tomatoes both frozen and canned, so I see a major batch or two of spag sauce in my future.  I will probably can some also.

Any plans for today?

Have a great and productive day staying positive while you are in the negative.

Kim

12 comments:

  1. I have been in and out of bed today and you would think I had the virus. No, just the same old allergy crud I get every year. Hopefully, I will make it through cooking dinner--turkey legs and sweet potatoes. I got half dead crook neck squash plants and a curly parsley that were half dead. After water and soaking in a pan all night, they are like new little plants. Now, to nurture them a bit more. I thought the blog title was painting and not planting. I kept reading to find the painting part...lol. I told you I am sick. How big is your garden?

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    1. It is not too large, probably 25 by 60 feet. But I get a lot off that little plot of soil.

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  2. How cool you are getting the garden out already. It will be a few weeks before I can plant. Have frost coming again this weekend.
    I have never heard of starting corn before planting - interesting. Daddy always just sowed it right in the ground. Beans as well.
    Don't over do it!

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    1. I always start mine and transplant, I just have better luck.

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  3. I hope your headaches eases Kim. - there is nothing worse. Sometimes being out in the fresh air can help though not if you are bending forward planting. Take care my friend. xx

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    1. Thanks Julie, it abated, just allergies. This time of year is tricky.

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  4. Hi KIm!
    Your gardening sounds lovely.
    Sadly, I am horrible at all things like that.
    I guess I will live through you!
    Have a cozy evening, my friend.

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    1. Well it is something you have to work at. I used to say that my plastic flowers died, but I have become better at growing things.

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  5. It sounds like you are going to have a huge garden! We have a few potted plants going, and I saw my first strawberry today. Hopefully it ripens before the squirrels eat it.

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    1. It is not that large, maybe large to some, but we sure get lot off it.

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  6. can plant cool weather crops right now. Hubby told me I couldn't transplant corn and then I proved him wrong when the windstorm took down the popcorn. I transplanted it into a sq ft garden and it did fine. Allergies kicking up a lot with being out in the dirt. Hope your headache is gone.

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