It's just getting started. Got seeds coming up for lettuces and greens. When I get done there will be three rows and two walkways with a raised bed at the end. Our weathers warm so even planted a few salad and roma tomato plants see how they do. Lots more to add in the weeks to come. Can't wait til it's time for the warm season stuff to go in

It's just getting started. Got seeds coming up for lettuces and greens. When I get done there will be three rows and two walkways with a raised bed at the end. Our weathers warm so even planted a few salad and roma tomato plants see how they do. Lots more to add in the weeks to come. Can't wait til it's time for the warm season stuff to go in

Create a sunny retreat of your own in just three easy steps from Target Home Style Expert, Emily Henderson. 1. Work with a tight palette, limiting it to 3 colors at the most. Don’t be afraid to mix different tones as long as you stay within your palette—f

Create a sunny retreat of your own in just three easy steps from Target Home Style Expert, Emily Henderson. 1. Work with a tight palette, limiting it to 3 colors at the most. Don’t be afraid to mix different tones as long as you stay within your palette—f

Garden Obelisk for Climbing Plants...  I made a free standing one, that didn't work so well.  In the future, I want to make something like this for climbing vines/flowers.  It'd be an awesome hidey place for a kid too.

Garden Obelisk for Climbing Plants... I made a free standing one, that didn't work so well. In the future, I want to make something like this for climbing vines/flowers. It'd be an awesome hidey place for a kid too.

Rather than replant the tomatoes I buy in 5 gal tubs, this year I'm going to cover them with burlap and avoid the transplant shock.

Rather than replant the tomatoes I buy in 5 gal tubs, this year I'm going to cover them with burlap and avoid the transplant shock.

Sprinkle baking soda on the top of the soil surrounding your tomato plant (making sure not to get any on the plant itself).  This simple garden trick really works! The baking soda absorbs into the soil and produces tomatoes that are more sweet than tart.

Sprinkle baking soda on the top of the soil surrounding your tomato plant (making sure not to get any on the plant itself). This simple garden trick really works! The baking soda absorbs into the soil and produces tomatoes that are more sweet than tart.

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