Spring Texas Garden

TxArmour12b

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It’s finally spring in Texas!! I was a bit of a risky gardener and started potatoes and tomatoes early but the risk paid off and these are the best looking potatoes I’ve grown so far and got a solid head start on tomatoes.my garlic is maturing surprisingly well and onions are amazing as I thin them out. This year I’m doing 5 different varieties of tomato. Passion fruit is bouncing back with vigor and I’m very excited about it. Dragonfruits are maturing and hoping for first fruits in fall. Cucs are starting to make fruit. Turmeric and ginger have sprouted and yacon is still growing healthy. Snow peas are luscious and starting to produce but won’t stand a chance once we warm up for good in a few weeks. My peppers are coming up nicely and should be happy once the weather warms some more. Sugar cane is growing well as it should be for southeast gulf coast USA. But the star of the garden is the pecan (puh-con) [the correct Texas pronunciation 😋] tree we started. Egyptian spinach seedlings have sprouted, it’s an amazing plant with medicinal qualities as well as being a spinach replacement. Cardinal basil is full swing, i highly recommend Cardinal basil as a little goes a long way. I hope all my Aussie friends are having as awesome a start to their fall seasons and happy to answer any questions and respond to suggestions. Let’s get into it!! 👍
 

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I lost a few tomato seedlings but had plenty of spares in the greenhouse so it all worked out okay. This was my first season with a greenhouse and used it to full advantage
 
It be a learning process. Thankfully tomatoes grow pretty well from seed, so replacing them should be fine.

That's awesome
 
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