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Moving an Established Fig Tree. Delayed post from Nov 2017
My Swiss chard was attacked by snails - they left nothing for me. But the herbs and three sorts of lettuce are doing well.
Daniel, I bet the birds have something to do with the no-show green beans. I will place wire chicken wire and see if I have better luck. That makes more sense than peas rotting. Not being there to check on them, I don't know.
Lovely greens and peas, Daniel. I planted spinach and peas before I left Laura's home and according to recent reports, it appears they rotted. Nothing came up, except radishes. I'll talk to Laura tomorrow and see if anything else came up.
I use grass clippings for mulch a lot. Our summers are dry, so they persist for the summer. They self-compost quickly in the winter.
Barbara, you have a green thumb! You are even able to grow trees from prunings, that you don't want to grow!
We have been eating swiss chard for a couple of weeks, grown in a barrel on the deck.
Today we had the first of the snowpeas. They were easy to grow. No attention after planting the seeds in April.
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