What did you do in the garden today?

Britesea

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8:45 PST, it's 43F and sunny. Yesterday I got my peppers and chilis transplanted into bigger pots and into the greenhouse, which is probably closer to 50F. They will get more sunlight out there, so I hope it's a good move for them.
 

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I picked a yellow squash! :celebrate

Spreading woodchips again today. Have been a slacker for a couple days. Four full garden carts so far today and that's gonna be it for now - shoulder and wrist are objecting. That's ok, I can find plenty of other stuff to do. I love spending time in the garden!
 

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My potatoes are coming back after the freeze. It did not take long at all! The weather was great today, and I hilled and weeded the potatoes. I got the broccoli tilled, and will fertilize tomorrow evening.

I am hoping to get green beans, sweet corn, cucumbers, and tomatoes in the ground tomorrow. I have had some stuff come up today and tomorrow that has made that a little harder than I would like.
 

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I watered the Ky wonder pole beans that ARE sprouting!! These were ones that were old seed & planted heavy as I wasn't sure if 6 yr old seeds were viable. Mixed with a single pack of fresh & all are working! Been dry for few days so gave them a drink since rain is a day or two away. I'm thrilled. Should see squash in a day or two Got to set out tomato, pepper & eggplant starts now, with some more of them just sprouting for some later plantings.
 

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I've moved the cabbage, broccoli, and collards out of the greenhouse to harden off. We are expecting rain starting tomorrow through Wed, and temps in the 50's H and 30's L after that, so...
The peas are sprouting, the radishes are sprouting (big surprise there, lol) and I found one little blade of green in the carrot patch. Things are starting to gear up now. Our local nursery is having trouble keeping seeds and seedlings in stock.
 

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We got sweet corn, bush beans, pole beans, tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers in the ground tonight. I am killed. That's 75% of my garden.

Next week, okra, sweet potatoes, musk melon, watermelon, zucchini, summer squash, winter squash, and pumpkins.
 
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