Category Archives: Celery

Spring has Sprung

Apple Buds Spring has sprung and with it comes a new period of growth to replace “the winter that never came”.  On the first days of spring the tempurature [..]

Celery, Onions, Spring, Trees, Uncategorized, Weather , , ,

Celery and Peppers

After a long summer of hot days, the clouds spread out their reach and allowed the cold air to descend. The weather man predicted frost, which is a [..]

Celery, People, Peppers, Vegetable Storage , , , , , , , , ,

Sandies Garden in August

I stopped by Sandy & Davies house to return a hydraulic jack I had borrowed, and just like any other time I visit, I had to check out [..]

Bright Lights, Celery, Cherry, People, Waltham Butternut - Winter Squash , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Sandy and Davies Garden

I stopped in at my sister’s house this weekend, and as usual, I wound up taking a bunch of pictures. Sandy and Davie didn’t plant much last year [..]

Celery, Cucumbers, Herbs, Lettuce, People

Corn, Celery & Onions

My corn is about 8 inches tall, and I really don’t think it will reach the “knee high by July” standard that most farmers judge their crops by. [..]

Celery, Corn, Onions

Welcome to the Jungle

This year, I’ve started about a week later then past years, and so I’m trying to be maticulous in tracking my plants growth. I’m curious to see just [..]

Celery, Greenhouse, Growing Season, Peppers, Tomatoes , , ,

Seedlings

   

Artichoke, Broccolli, Celery, Seedlings

Planting Peppers

I was very happy with last years Pepper harvest, and in an effort to duplicate the results again this year, I’m planting my peppers a few days early. [..]

Artichoke, Brussels Sprouts, Celery, Eggplant, Peppers , , , , ,

It’s Begun

I’ve been waiting patiently, restraining myself from starting any seeds till the time is right, and that time is now. The season begins for me with Celery, which [..]

Celery, Chard, Cloning / Propogating, Fruit Trees, Grapes , , ,

Trouble Letting Go…

I’ve had a great deal of luck growing most plants from seed, with the exceptions of Pak Choi, Cabbage, Onions and Celery. The one celery plant that grew, [..]

Celery