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Finally June Update

Post  camprn on 6/13/2011, 9:49 pm

Well, it's has been crazy busy for me the last month, but finally an update.
Preparing to transplant my leeks


Leeks transplanted.


Beds are coming along. The beets are terrible this year, the carrots are going gangbusters, totally opposite from last year.


Garlic


Broccoli, kale, cauliflower


Gilbertie tomatoes, poblano peppers, basil and eggplants. Brussels Sprouts, radishes and bush beans in back bed.


Finally got the overhead trellis for the Gilberties set up tonight. I still need to add 2 more pieces of strapping.


Zukes and waiting for the watermelon to sprout.


And finally, the new Queen bee came in the mail, after waiting for nearly 3 weeks.
The workers seem to like her a lot! I had put the cage in the hive 5 minutes previous to this photo and already the girls are trying to feed the Queen.


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Re: Finally June Update

Post  busygirl on 6/13/2011, 9:58 pm

Yeah!! Bees are my project for next spring!! I can't wait. I am working with a mentor beekeeper and the more I learn the more fascinated I become. I can't wait.

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Post  NHGardener on 6/14/2011, 8:05 am

I wonder how many of us are planning on being beekeepers, because I hope to do that too next spring, and it seems like a lot of other people do too. Beekeepers get really excited about bees. Smile I can't imagine how to determine if your queen is popular or not - ha. What do you do if you get a queen no one likes? haha.

camprn, WOW! Everything looks so... green... and lush! How did you do that? I think I need you to come over here and spread some of that magic pixie dust over my garden too. I'm starting to suspect you use Miracle Gro. rofl

And does it look like you made new boxes for this year? Deeper? On platforms?

Looking forward to seeing it as it progresses!

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