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WHATS GROWING ON in Canada?

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WHATS GROWING ON in Canada?

Post  GWN on 5/16/2012, 6:43 pm

Hi all
I thought I would post some pictures of my garden (now don't we all love to do that). I live in Zone 5 which is pretty much in the middle of zones for Canada, in fact even in BC we run the gamut of zone 2-3 in the north to 9 in Victoria.
I have started most of my seeds indoors, but have peas and spinach growing outside in my SFGs.
I started planting peas at the end of March and have continued weekly

outside
The spinach is in with Kale, the kale I started indoors and transplanted a bout a month ago

This is artichoke I overwintered in my garden last year, although it is not supposed to overwinter here I covered it with lots of straw and a tarp and some of them made it. This is in what I call a 1x1 square foot , essentially a large pot with the bottom out and filled with MM


Basil I am growing in planters this year, they are 7 inches deep and I have calculated how many square feet are in each and planted accordingly


A few brandywine tomatoes out in the GREAT OUTDOORS on their own, I AM watching the temp closely, as it is supposed to go down to 2.
(we can talk metric here Smile)

SO enough about me, lets talk about you. What growing on in YOUR garden?
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