suncreek garden chronicles…houston we have L for lift off (a-z challenge)

suncreek garden chronicles…installment #6

I can hardly believe how fast our garden has taken off.  This is not my husbands first garden rodeo…however, this IS the first year to have a garden at our new place. 

The man with the plan has done a great job of scoping out the perfect spot for the garden.  It seems the garden is getting just the right amount of sun and shade.  The garden soil is a mix of premium blend and chicken manure.  As I mentioned in an earlier post my man with the plan had a water well dug and he is watering the garden with natural ground water. 

It seems as though all of the forethought and planning are paying off…the squash are the front-runners in the garden.  We should be picking, cooking and sharing squash in less than 2 weeks. 

The cucumbers, bell peppers and tomatoes are in second place.  However the limes are still in the race…only time will tell…stay tuned.

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12 responses to “suncreek garden chronicles…houston we have L for lift off (a-z challenge)

  1. Good luck with your garden veggies! I’m going to miss having a garden in the ground this year, but I can always plant things in pots.

    Thanks for stopping by my site and leaving a comment. I’ve been reading a few of your earlier posts. You are quite an encourager.

  2. That’s wonderful, Jeanne. So nice when our plans bear fruit . . . and veggies. 😀

  3. Are you growing Bok Choy? I tried that for the first time, and it was like taking a drink of water!


  4. Looks like it’s really doing great! Great blog too by the way 🙂

  5. Looks good. You are so going to enjoy all of that fresh produce! Yumm..I’m jealous, but not enough to plant a garden! LOL

  6. The buds look healthy… Do share some photos when they are fully grown. Enjoy! 🙂

  7. How wonderful to have food grow in the yard! I’ll have to figure out how to keep the squirrels from eating everything I try to grow, including my porch flowers, before I’d plant a thing.

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