Garden Update..Some Progress

Well we have had a few day of warm weather here. March was the wettest March we have ever had here. So that is why it seems I am so far behind in the garden department. After just a few days of warmer weather things are starting to grow.

Our strawberries are starting to grow a little.

Our rhubarb plants are getting big.

My Greek Oregano is coming back too.

The Chives are growing nicely also.


The Hostas are growing so fast you can almost watch them grow.

And a few of our daffodils are still standing after all the rain.

I have a few spinach that have come up, along with a few pole peas but they are still too small to photograph. So maybe next week I can update on how they are growing. I am also hoping to get a few more things planted this week weather permitting.

How are things growing at your house?


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4 thoughts on “Garden Update..Some Progress”

  1. Okay, my first comment disappeared, so I’ll try again. 🙂

    It’s really amazing how you are growing so much of your own food, Shelly! We are looking forward to starting a large garden in Georgia…..especially since we want to start juicing and we don’t want to spend a ton on produce.

    1. I don’t know why your comment disappeared. That happened to me when I was commenting on Money Saving Mom the other day. I am so sorry.
      We love to have a garden each year and it really helps out with the grocery bill. The kids are good at helping me out and we try to grow most of them from seed so it helps keep the cost low.

  2. I really admire your garden! I tried growing tomatoes 2 summers ago and it was a disaster. I truly have a brown thumb!

    We have had an early spring this year and so all my daffodils came up very early and are all gone now. The hostas are almost full size already too. I just hope that means we don’t have a scorching hot summer this year.

    1. I am sorry to hear about your tomatoes. I know this year I started my cucumbers inside and then thought it was good enough to let them be outside and they all died. 🙁 So I am going to try to start some under the cover of the garden this weekend and see how it goes.

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