Planting Seedlings and how THAT’S going

Sometimes things don’t go as planned. This year, that’s been a lot of things, but this planting seedlings this fall has been rough, to say the least. My cat, Doctor Mew, was found laying on an entire seedling flat of my greens for fall. All of my lettuces, cabbages, pretty much everything. I was clearly not very happy about this, which led to me getting pouty and ignoring the seedlings. Sure showed them. DO NOT DO THISSSSS! 😝 I started all the seeds again. Everything was going great, and I was about to start hardening off a tray. So I … Continue reading Planting Seedlings and how THAT’S going

How I started gardening

Gardening started as a love/hate relationship. My first few vegetable gardens were never very bountiful, I just never quit trying. Our first raised beds didn’t produce as much as I’d hoped, and then I realized plants need fertilizing πŸ˜‚. I became determined to get food from our yard to table.  When we started our next attempt to bring food in from the yard, it was with a quarantine vegetable garden of ten 10 gallon grow bags, we had more tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers than I could have ever imagined. That’s when I developed my Tomato Burrata Salad. The success of the grow … Continue reading How I started gardening