Homesteading, Organic Gardening, How to Farm, Preparedness, Self-Reliance
Tags: Gardening, Grapes
Hi David really like the picture of the grapes. We just planted two grape plants in April of this year hope to have grapes next year. Ellen from Georgia
Fantastic, Ellen. I just pruned mine back on Thursday. The grapes have set for the season and they look great. I really have no idea what I'm doing with them - very much learning as I go. I'm glad the grapes know what they're doing ;)
David it really is a learning experience for sure, we have corn that is really growing just have to keep the deer away. We have one big black dog Bandit who is watching the garden for us and doing a good job so far. If he manages to keep the deer and rabbits out it will be a steak for Bandit
Toni thanks that is the first packet we planted, over to the right of the picture will be the second packet along with the red potato's above it. First picture right down from chicken run pasted potato's is second packet of corn
Toni, I'm in zone 7a. It gets brutally hot here. Our growing season keeps getting earlier and earlier. This year I could have easily set out plants in March. Although the temp dropped in the high 30's, low 40's in March, it was in the 70's and 80's most of the time with no frost. The grapes really came out fast this year.
Hi David we put the potato's in the ground on March 17 so far every thing is really growing, have a feeling it is going to all come at the same time. Ellen from Georgia
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