Fifth time's a charm, we are moving the garden again
Here we are! Third time's a charm they say? Well for me it's the 5th time, yup! I moved my #garden again. Last year we decided to move the garden on the backyard although I barely have a backyard and made a big elevated garden thinking it would be better. I did get some #veggies out of it, but mainly because of the lack of sun not everything went accordingly to plan, boo hoo!.
My peas have gone crawling everywhere, broccoli went up to the moon and #carrots stayed under. That's pretty much what happened. There was not enough sun, the house blocking the whole thing. So we moved again this year, IN THE MIDDLE OF THE FRONT YARD. There you go neighbors, something to talk about! I haven't seen anyone with a garden on their front yard yet, I might just started a trend.
I got a garden in the front yard the first year we moved in the house 10 years ago and it was the best garden ever. I'm hoping this year I will get as much success.
I went vegan a couple of months ago, so getting these fresh veggies are vital for me this summer. I reduced dramatically the quantity but hoping to get something of quality.
- green and yellow beans,
- tomatoes (3 different types),
- red and green peppers,
I got a couple of strawberry plants, but I don't get a lot of hope for this year. I also have rhubarb that I never know what to do with and I give to my mother every year. She bakes those amazing rhubarb pies but I will have to take a look at the ingredients and see if I can change stuff around so I can continue to enjoy on my own without any animal products.
If simplicity is the key, I might achieve my goal this year.
To all of you gardener out there, may this season be the best!