These Dragon Fruit plants really run off the rails if you don’t parent them a lot. After spending 30 mins unwinding them, and unhooking all their roots from all sorts of other pots and pool screens. I got their pots moved to an area by themselves Then, once that process was complete, I started looking […]
White Jadel PineapplePineapple with white flesh, low acidity and a totally edible core! Most pineapple plants need full sun, but White Jade also thrives in semi-shaded environments. Pineapple plants need excellent soil drainage and are foliar feeders like all bromeliads. So, be careful not to overwater and be sure to fertilize through the leaves, not […]
Thinned down to about 48 plants, the blueberries are live and ready to grow and produce.
This has been in the works for quite a while, but today I’ll share pics. Finally getting things in the ground, and added a few trees: Mulberry, Avocado, Persimmon,Surinam Cherry Planted things in the raised beds: Blue & red kale White & red cabbage Collard greens Broccoli Cauliflower Brussels sprouts Fennel Cilantro French sorrel Swiss chard […]
So I’ve updated the initial planting this year to 264 new plants from seed. I’m spending my free time trying to get everything stocked up for the warmer weather. Currently from seed: (each row is 6 plants) Row Type 1 Papya 2 Papya 3 Papya 4 Brussel Sprouts 5 Sweet Banana Peppers 6 Sweet Banana […]
While looking for local (inside Florida) vendors, stumbled upon www.tomatogrowers.com website. These guys focus on Tomato, Peppers, and Eggplants. I loaded up on some nice looking options for peppers for this season’s growing! I’m excited, both for some tasty peppers, as well as some fantastic pictures to come.. #9329A Chinese Large Quantity 9329A – 1 […]
Came home today and noticed that the blueberry plants have started blooming.
Got out there Sunday morning and get a few things started. Been pretty busy with things, and it was nice to get back into the swing of things. The water was COLD, though. So far we’re trying for: Papya Brussel Sprouts Sweet Banana Peppers Spinach Lettuce Kale Sweet Mix Peppers Pimiento Peppers CA Wonder Peppers […]
Banana plants grow new shoots, often called suckers, pups, or ratoons, from the shallow rootstocks or rhizomes, and continue to produce new plants generation after generation for several decades. In about nine months the plants reach their mature height of about 15 to 30 feet. Some varieties will grow to a height of 40 feet. […]
Its been about 3 weeks since I thought the grapes were dead. They love this weather, and the organic fish fertilizer that I’ve been giving them, I guess. They’ve taken off, and already seem to be starting to produce fruit. Some of the oranges have started to bloom as well.