Earning A Green Thumb

We have been digging these gardens for a couple of days now. I have two 40′ X 5′ plots almost ready.  I’ve mentioned that I kill plants off faster than they stock them, so this is definitely going to be a learning experience. I really want to do all organic veggies. If anyone has any ideas let me know!

On another note, Im busy as usual. I have a photography class with the wonderfull Jake Easly on Saturday morning. So I expect to be inspired again. Hopefully that will give me the extra push to keep up with this blog everyday again.


8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Robin
    Mar 03, 2011 @ 02:13:55

    This will be my 4th year trying to grow organic veggies. I’ve been successful with an asparagus bed. It seems I can’t kill it no matter how lazy I am about weeding. But I did have to get it through the first year or two before it started growing well enough on its own. Fresh asparagus is so different from the stuff in stores. Sweeter and really yummy.

    My peppers and tomatoes do okay. Every spring I go out to the garden determined to do better. Then we go away for a week, the weeds take over, and I never get caught up. Plus some of the weeds have lovely flowers and I am not as ruthless as I ought to be. Still, there is something very satisfying about eating veggies you’ve grown on your own. 😀


  2. Robin
    Mar 03, 2011 @ 02:15:06

    Ooops… meant to add: Have fun with your photography class! I look forward to seeing what you come up with after this fresh inspiration. 🙂


  3. SWK
    Mar 04, 2011 @ 06:05:07

    This is a lovely photo. Enjoy your photography class!


  4. David Williams
    Mar 04, 2011 @ 21:19:02

    I like the tilt-shift feel to this image. Good luck not only with the garden but with the class, have a blast!!!


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