Garden peas and sugar snap peas were planted a week ago! They should be up in about a week.
Bachelor Buttons, Shasta Daisy, Pansies, Snap Dragons, Marigolds, Foxglove and other flower seed were planted in cell trays. Broccoli, Cabbage and Cauliflower were started as well.
Tomato and Pepper seed will be planted tomorrow. Full production has started in earnest!
Flowers have started to bloom. The Crocus and jonquils are showing their lovely blooms!
Watch for more gardening goodies!!!
A simple blend for all potted plants including transplants:
- A bag of soilless potting mix 2 cu. ft.
- Benefits: Reduces soil diseases, balances moisture with good drainage, allows for proper exchange of nutrients
- Milled Sphagnum peat moss: anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties
- Rotted pine bark: allows for drainage
- 1/2 cu. ft. weed-free compost: Balanced nutrients
- Horse manure, composted
- Cow manure, composted
- Poultry manure, composted
- Mushroom compost
- Mixture of dry grasses and straw composted
- My “secret weapon” Kelp meal: cold water, dried and ground seaweed, offering 60 known beneficial nutrients.Plants respond and withstand stress, heat, cold, insect pressure, disease and drought conditions.
- Mix thoroughly and wet until the mixture makes a loose ball in your hand.
- I use a wheel barrow and tarp to mix my soil blend.
- Store in the bags used to make the soil mix or use a covered container of your choice.
Enjoy this mix for all your potting needs. I do.