Fall planting time!
I've been prepping and planting my fall gardens for the last couple of weeks.
Do a bit every day... and eventually it all gets done.
Rachel shot a few pictures of my planting transplants one fine fall evening this week:
That's a Plasencia Reserva Organica I'm smoking.
Organic garden... organic cigar.
The seeds that we started in the greenhouse failed on us so I was forced to buy transplants this year. I'll also be doing a lot of direct seeding of mustard, beets, carrots and other goodies.
That garden bed is a pretty sweet mix. It's got dirt from the old chicken run, biochar, half-rotten compost, rabbit manure, peat moss (which I don't like), vermiculite, peanut shells, bones, egg shells, chunks of wood, plus worm castings.
I'm already looking forward to the cauliflower, broccoli, collards and cabbages we'll be harvesting in a couple of months...
If you're need vegetable planting inspiration for your fall garden, check out the list I posted recently.
So - what are you guys planting?
Labels: fall gardening