How does your garden grow?

Are there silver bells and cockle shells in your garden? No, there are tomatoes and climbing beans all in a row.  Summer is now in full swing, and even though the sun doesn’t always shine, it is still wonderful and warm. Today is the 1st of July, so all your tender crops should be well established in your garden now. Make sure you water and feed your plants regularly, and watch out for any pests and diseases that they may get. The earlier you spot any potential problems, then the easier it is to cure your plants. So be vigilant and check your plants every few days. If you’ve not started to harvest your first crops yet, then soon you will. All that hard work will be worth all the effort your put in to caring for your seedlings. You’re dinners will taste amazing with your freshly harvested produce.

If you need any more information, don’t forget my ebooks, they have everything you need to know. And if you have time, please leave a review. Click on the words below and they’ll take you straight to each individual book. CONTAINER GARDENING, CARROTS, POTATOES, ONIONS, and FRENCH BEANS.

There are more books to follow, the next one is tomatoes which will be ready in August. But I can only write one at a time, I’m going as fast as I can.

Happy Gardening!

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One Response to How does your garden grow?

  1. NebraskaDave says:

    Claire, our country with light up today at dusk and continue to be an exploding nation until well after midnight. The celebration of becoming and independent country causes probably billions of dollars to be spent on exploding devices all across the nation. I’m not a fan of spending money on such things but with a 12 year old grandson, it’s a given that some fireworks must be exploded. I have to wonder what the wild life and garden plants think about such activity. I know many pet owners sedate their pets this evening.because it causes them great trauma. Some war veterans have issues with the noise as well. So whether good or bad, it is a day of celebration.

    As for me, I usually watch a small town parade where I live and then my friend that lives along the parade route fires up the grill for hotdogs and burgers. Many times he will have the end of the year sweet corn to make room for the coming year’s corn. It’s still very delicious. The city has fireworks for all to watch which is great. Quite frankly, I’m kind of glad when it’s all over and things get back to normal. Does England have any day of Fireworks celebration?

    Good luck with your book writing. My tomatoes are a bit strange this year. Their are lots of tomatoes but they aren’t getting very big at all. They are the size of marbles and getting ripe. They are not cherry tomatoes. I’m not sure what that’s all about.

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