Discussion in 'The Hens' Nest' started by BLT, Mar 27, 2014.
I’d be pissed but get over it.
idk, its zucchini. it'll grow back. it's not like, seedlings started and cared for tenderly in the winter and then had mulch thrown all on top shortly after transplanting level of bad......
Joined some Facebook groups to see if anyone can tell me how long it’ll take for more zucchini flowers to grow.
There are some zucchini still growing, and on the 10th we’re going out of town for 5 days anyways.
I think R is also stressed because he’s working so hard. He has a lot of work to do in a short time frame.
That’s like a 3/10 at most. There’s a lot of zucchini season left. It’s not like the year I yanked out all of D’s nearly-mature asparagus plants while I was weeding.
It depends on how many leaves you hacked off. If you stressed the plant too much you may not get more. When harvesting blooms, try to get mostly male blooms (but still leave some for fertilization) and that won’t impact your fruiting.
Yeah, hindsight’s 20/20. I may have stressed the plants too much. But they were so damn out of control.
Got my first strawberry! It was sour.
34” and as big as my finger
I’ve gotten a few cukes from the ones neighbor gave me (when it’s $1.08 for a 4 pack..). Also so many pretty carrots. Radishes were a bust for the most part.
Here we had fresh pesto the other night .
Now the real question. Realtor says we should put a big plant in the corner of the sun room to block the view of the ugly neighbors shed monstrosity. Does that mean I need to go directly to Costco for the $49.99 6’ tall fiddle leaf fig (ficus) or is that just too basic?
Lean in to the basic.
Basic is what it is for a reason. Do it.
Goddamnit they were all gone.
Fucking Taylor and Bailey took em all