Garden picture

Garden picture

Sunday, April 1, 2012

APRIL 1, 2012

I am keeping track of other countries that have viewed our blog.  So far we have (besides the US):
Netherlands, France, Germany, Russia, Romania and Canada :)

March 25th saw more vegetables going into the garden.  Potatoes - 3 types Adirondack blue, Pontiac red and Yukon gold.  Sugar snap peas were planted in one of the trellised raised beds, and a few days later bloomsdale spinach in the other.  Eventually Malabar spinach will be added to the trellis along with nasturtiums.

seed potatoes spaced one foot apart rows 2 1/2 feet apart

sugar snap peas 1 inch apart  - will vine up trellis

In the front garden:

May apple

Oakleaf hydrangea

Hellebore and Columbine

Solomon Seal
Children's garden:

New bolder!

Wooden stepping pads are being set level into the mulch
Berry patch:

Ever expanding


Thinned out and thriving

Paw Paw blossom


In our garden we use compost and mulch from the Frederick County Recycling Center.  It is healthy, tested and reasonably priced.

Great Compost

Future compost

future garden plant

University of Maryland Extension Master Gardener and other programs are open to all citizens without regard to race, color, gender, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, or national origin.

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