Sunday, May 2, 2010

Gardening Fun

Yesterday we planted our hills of pumpkins (six plants in total, though we'll see how that goes, one or two may be pulled out to let the others grow stronger) and today we planted peas. We had peas started in pots in the kitchen that we transplanted and then we planted another pack of peas from seed; my hope is that we'll be able to harvest peas for a longer time by doing it this way. The second set of peas is two weeks behind the first set, so hopefully that'll make a difference when it comes to picking them. Without further ado some crummy pictures of the pumpkins and peas! (he he)

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2 comments:

Eri said...

Mmm well my tomatoes are doin *super* started in yogurt cups. My cantaloupes are being a touch stubborn and I'm thinking about standing over them crying to see if that hurries their hineys (do cantaloupes have hineys?) along! We'll toss some cukes and green beans in the ground here pretty quick. They always do so well I don't bother starting them inside! AND, I found a good spot for some sweet peas! Sweet peas for a sweet pea...

So anyway, regular green peas? I hate those passionately you know....

Witkowski Family said...

Sugar snap peas actually :) Can't wait to get them into stir fries!!

Cantaloupes have hineys, at least as far as I can tell LOL

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