Wow, you really did your research I see! Well done Quote from: 50ft-trad on May 15, 2013, 11:38:31 AMWhat I do need to watch I think is air space as the plants grow to make sure they don't get mildewed or fight for sun. That's what I tried to say, if given enough air space they'll probably flourish. I see you were meticulous in preparing your garden so I take it you got some good soil as well. Root width/depth is important as well as photoperiodism. These two things should guide you well I think. Also, take a look at basil... Hope all goes well and you enjoy
What I do need to watch I think is air space as the plants grow to make sure they don't get mildewed or fight for sun.
@enki_ck: This style of garden seemed very familiar. Now I see you are from Croatia...
Weather has gone a bit sour over here, and the butternut squash is really not happy at all.
...Oh, and the peas haven't started germinating yet (lazy little smurfs ). The couple of little flecks of green I saw on the surface were just bits of leaf that had blown into the planter
I mainly just plant mint - grows every year and all it needs is some water.
Quote from: dks on May 22, 2013, 10:19:45 AMI mainly just plant mint - grows every year and all it needs is some water.No lime? How are you going to make any mojitos then?
That's not a bad size plot actually. You should get a decent yield from that I reckon More than I'll get from two 8" pots and a hanging basket, anyway
I like those climbing thingies for the tomatoes. All mine get for climbing are some stakes.
EDIT: Talking about drinks, Caipirinha, if done the proper way as in Brazil (it is very rare to find anybody that knows how to make it) is abetter use for limes! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caipirinha
Pumpkin vine is officially dead!Butternut squash is officially dead!That's three plants lost so far now ... but to be honest it's probably done me a big favour with the limited space I have.
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