Tag Archives: succession planting

Welcome Sunshine!

  After five days of heavy rain, it is wonderful to see the sun beginning to light up the potager.  So, gathering my harvest baskets and camera, I waded through the puddles to see how things had changed during the … Continue reading

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End of August review

August has never been my favorite month, not sure why but it’s usually hot, the kids go back to school, the garden is normally winding down a bit.  Things grow a tad more slowly and the greens change from emeralds … Continue reading

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August possibilities

August has never been a favorite month.  It’s a signal that summer is nearly finished.  Most gardens are winding down.  Over the years at my herb farm, it was always the most disappointing business-wise.  Few people wanted to purchase plants … Continue reading

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June Review

  It seems June flew by in a whiz, so it’s good to take a moment to look back and review, and evaluate how the gardens fared this month.   After a very dry April and May, June had enough well-spaced … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday-June 25

  Today’s harvest from the potager is mostly beans, which wasn’t supposed to be the case, but the best-laid, winter-agonized over plans sometimes just don’t work out correctly!  Likely due to unusual heat along with welcomed rain, not only the … Continue reading

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Six on Saturday: June 16

  This is my absolutely favorite time of the year!  By mid-June the blessings from the potager are so abundant that it is hard to pick only 6, but here’s what’s on my mind this week.  1) Succession plantings!  With … Continue reading

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Out with the Old, In with the New….sometimes!

Our record heat here in Indiana is generating a quicker-than-normal turn-around in the potager.  A premise of the potager is the replacement of one crop as soon as it is harvested with a succession crop, thus keeping all parts of … Continue reading

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