Winter gardening activities

All the raised beds have been top dressed with composted HM and dusted with lime except the potato beds and they were dusted with garden sulfur. As soon as it warms up a mite, I will dust them with some 5-10-10. The porcelain German garlic is finally poking its nose through the surface and was rudely greeted by a dusting of snow.
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 We have had some pretty hard freezes but the outside endive and lettuce are doing great.
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All the GH veggies are growing in 100% composted HM. Inside the GH the tomatoes are coming along fine. I have a small fan running for germination and it looks like its doing the job.

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The inside lettuce and endive will be ready soon but the outside stuff is too good to pass up.

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The onions are ready and as one is picked a set will be put in its place.

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I think the peppers would like more sun and heat than they have been getting.

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5 thoughts on “Winter gardening activities

  1. Things are growing wonderfully in your greenhouse. The little tomatoes look so cute. Great idea using a fan to help.

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  2. jbest123

    Thanks GM we will probably have salad for Christmas but not tomatoes unless they are fried green toms. John

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  3. Look at all those gh crops, nice work!

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  4. John your greenhouse makes me drool. Just fantastic, let alone neat and tidy.

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  5. jbest123

    Thanks Dan and ribbit it gives me something to do in the winter. John

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