|:) on Feb 24, 2016 @ 08:11 pm|
I do every year,I grow green and red peppers as Well as peas,hoping to expand this year and grow more vegetables and herbs
|Growing Seeds on Feb 24, 2016 @ 08:48 pm|
I usually don't start my seeds until about May indoors.I only start flower seeds though,I have never tried Vegetable seeds of any kind.Some of my summer flowers grow way taller than me with the flower heads about the size, or maybe a bit bigger than a Boiler ,used to cook large dinners in.I grow different Berries outside like Strawberries,Raspberries,Blackberries,Gooseberries and Blueberries ,my favorite.I might this year though because before the cold winter set in,my Husband helped me make another large flower bed.I've thought about Vegetables.I haven't got a clue about growing them though.
|. on Feb 24, 2016 @ 09:01 pm|
Two years ago I bought seedlings, and of course they produced produce (kind of fool proof). This year I want to plant everything from seeds. In the beginning of March I will plant tomato and pepper seeds, and in early April will go for cucumbers and the rest will plant it in the ground.
|:) on Feb 24, 2016 @ 09:40 pm|
Thanks. I think I'll give tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers a try.
|I do this every year on Feb 25, 2016 @ 12:18 pm|
I start all my peas beans and tomatoes squash green and red pepper mini peppers (awesome for stuffing with sausage meat) and I grow a bunch of jalapeño and hot peppers I have tried starting some corn indoors but it didn't like the transplanting and ended up with no corn so starting that out doors works I have tried growing strawberry a few times but had no luck so it's the only ones I buy started
Haven't started any yet though still a little early unless you have some larger pots to transplant them needs good light
|. on Feb 25, 2016 @ 01:29 pm|
Thanks 1buzzer, I plan to start in a few weeks. I know some things you have to start earlier and some later and some go directly into the ground. Just planning my list of seeds to get. Fruit always seem much more difficult to grow from seeds than veggies.