Greengirls Helen Yarmoska, Nicole Hvidsten, Martha Buns, Connie Nelson, Kim Palmer and Mary Jane Smetanka are dishin' the dirt from the back-yard garden and beyond. Whether you're a greenthumb or greenhorn, they're eager to learn from your mishaps, mistakes - and most importantly, your sweet successes - all growing season long.
My problem is, what am I doing wrong?
I put in my raised bed about 8 weeks ago, then planted spinach inside. Two weeks after that (when I thought the ground was warm enough), I sprinkled some tomato seeds on the other side of the cold frame.
Results: weak. I have ONE spinach plant growing and some of the
I was hoping to have an overabundance of sturdy Roma tomatoes for the Greengirls Plant Swap on May 31, but they might be little weaklings that no one wants to trade. I’m pretty sure this season is shot for using this contraption. Any recommendations?
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