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New Vegetable Eaters

We had a Blessed Event this weekend! Our new guinea pig Trousers came pre-pollinated. She had 5 baby piglets about 3am Saturday - a normal pig litter is 2 or 3. Mom and babies are doing well!

It's amazing how advanced baby guinea pigs are at birth. These are newborns, only about 10 hours old and barely dry behind the ears.

They all live in my bedroom. Where they oink a lot.

Outdoor Eggplant, Zuccini, Misc. 2014

I'll just use this topic as a grab-bag for one-off plants. First eggplant harvest this weekend.

Harvests:

1 - gretel eggplant (first 7/19)

Outdoor Tomatoes 2014

My summer transplant crops are 2-3 weeks old now (2 week tomatoes and 3 week peppers and eggplant). Coming along...
 

Fractal Broccoli and Cabbages 2014

No, they aren't transplanted outside yet - too much wind, and still below-freezing temperatures in the short-term forecast. And it snowed this week. But - they live outside during the daytime, and they're getting kinda big.

Outdoor Peas 2014

My first spring planting!

Pre-sprouted and planted one row of peas this week - Miragreen shell peas, sugar sprint snap peas, and super snappy edible-podded in-between peas. All mixed together, because germination was poor. Since that only stretched to one row, started another batch of seeds today, and added in Little Marvel, supposedly a very short container pea (18") to be spaced only 2" apart. It's a shell pea.

2014 Indoor/Outdoor Pepper

It's a bit small for age 3 weeks, but it's growing. Transplanted this year's indoor/outdoor carmen pepper from Aerogarden nursery into potting mix yesterday. Mixed in a sprinkling of pepper fertilizer and lime.
 

Outdoor Cukes 2014

Planted 5 cuke varieties a couple weeks ago - none look happy. I also wrote down here on the website what I planted where, and lost that in the website fixing. So I'm not sure what is marginally surviving. The only 2 baby cukes that didn't get their leaves nibbled off underground, have pinhole damage to the seed leaves.

Wild Raspberries

Several patches of wild raspberry canes survived the winter. Hopefully this year they'll produce... Birds planted them, I've just moved them around.

brazelberries (strawberries and blueberries)

Hey Ginger this question is for you, I been doing a little bit of research and came across these and would like your opinion.http://parkseed.com/brazelberries-peach-sorbet-blueberry/p/30721/

 

 

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