How does my garden grow? Not so good.

Posted August 28, 2015 by Michelle in How my garden grows? / 10 Comments

Garden Grow

 

I have been trying so hard to avoid this post since I was hoping for the best but my garden has seen better days. I lost 3 plants and the rest is just turning brown and dying so I am thinking this will be the last garden post. I wanted to do so much more with this post but the last few weeks things just got so bad and I tried to hard to save it but it just didn’t work.

Thank you all that come to visit this post and please come back next year because I have plans that I hope will keep that garden alive until September.

Pictures before it died

Some are still alive but most is dead
Some are still alive but most is dead
Still some tomatoes but the plants are dead
Still some tomatoes but the plants are dead
Never produced any veggies skipping all squash next year.
Never produced any veggies skipping all squash next year.
The whole garden I took last week.
The whole garden I took last week.
 I probably have one good harvest left and the pepper plants are still growing so I might get a few more of those. This was last weeks harvest and it was HUGE.
Lots of very yummy veggies :)
Lots of very yummy veggies 🙂

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Have a great day and Happy Gardening! 🙂

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10 responses to “How does my garden grow? Not so good.

  1. I’ve heard you can replant squash for the fall. I’ve never actually done it but I’ve heard it can be done. This year I actually got some squash but got absolutely no zucchini. Last year I had more zucchini than I knew what to do with. Funny how that works. My plants are starting to dye down as well and my garden looks like it’s in about the same shape. I’m kind of glad though. I love my fresh veggies but I’m getting kind of sick of messing with it!

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    • I’m not use I will do it in the fall but I might plan on trying again next year. I still have a bunch of veggies to pick and then have to clean it all out. Last time I planted zucchini it didn’t grow either I was so mad. So I tried the Pitty Pan Squash but I guess that didn’t work either. Me too.

  2. Sorry to hear your garden didn’t turn out. I planted six zucchini plants and I’ve only had five very small zucchinis from the entire lot. My tomato plants didn’t do much better. Most of them died before they yielded anything.

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