Sunday, June 19, 2011

Vegetable Garden tally of what is planted.

I have finally almost finished planting the vegetables.  It has been a long process thanks to all the rain we have had and really late getting finished.  I think we have enough to keep us nicely through the winter if it does well.
There are almost 300 onions in the ground, 40 radish seed, 332 carrot seed, same number on beets and 60 basil, dill is self seeded and all over the place, 12 each broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage, 6 brussel sprouts, 2 5' rows of horseradish, 4 dozen tomato plants, dozen each of bell peppers, hungarian wax peppers and jalapeno peppers, 1 more dozen bell peppers to be planted yet, 49 hills of corn, 30 hills of cannelini beans, 30 hills of shell beans, still have 30 hills of green beans to plan, 3 hills of zucchini and 4 rows 7' each of cucumbers.  It there is room I may plant some egg plan.  Also have 7 patio tomatoes all in blossom.  Do have a few pepper and tomato plants to replace.  They got beat down badly by heavy rain right after I planted them and don't think they are going to make it but still have I think enough plants to replace them.
Boring list but hopefully it will all grow and will have pictures to show.


  1. That sounds like enough to keep an army fed through the winter! I'm anxiously awaiting pictures.

  2. Wow! I hope you have some help with this monster garden. I am jealous of all the good veggies you will have come harvest time.

  3. Really wonderful. The LED growing lights not only uses less electricity than other lights, it is capable of burning for a lot longer period of time and is just as bright.