Spring Planting 2010

, 2010-04-19

Spring fever is running hot here in Parker, Colorado, after a long winter. Last year, I put in a Square Foot Garden, and I added a few small containers with tomatoes. This year, I have added a second Square Foot Garden, and bought two Earth Boxes. I have also added more strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries. It is still very early days in the season, but I feel pretty confident that there won’t be any more hard frosts here. Everything I have planted so far (except the tomatoes) is relatively frost hardy, and I am hoping that the Wall O Water will protect the tomatoes from the cold.

View of two Square Foot Gardens

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Container Ozark Beauty Strawberry and my miniature Dachshund Roxy

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Early Girl 50 Tomato inside a Wall O Water

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