PICS & GOINGS ON
When I looked at all my pics on my phone for this last week, they were almost all from the garden! With it being the end of month last week, I updated you with most everything that happened last week in those posts. So here’s what happened in the garden last week…
My Dr. Wyche’s Yellow Tomato is blushing/ripening/changing color. I’m so excited! This was on Wednesday.
My thoughts about the garden this week are that I’m thankful that I found this new hobby and way to get heirloom varieties. Like I said in my Garden post last week I would have never started this if it weren’t for Jess at Roots & Refuge Youtube channel.
While it is quite aggravating to have tomatoes with bites taken out of them, I am also thankful that the pest pressure hasn’t been so bad that I’ve lost entire plants. If you’re also having some pest problems for your garden, it might be wise to call upon pest control services. At least I can still just cut away the part that has been eaten on and salvage the rest, especially since my garden is slow to produce and the slicer tomatoes aren’t producing in abundance (probably because they don’t get 8+ hours of sunlight everyday). A pest control service will help you have a beautiful and healthy garden.
Pests can multiply quickly and cause damage to your garden so it’s crucial to take action quickly by contacting pest control olympia.
Jess at R&R has reminded me to not let perfection or waiting till I ‘know it all’ to try something. Just do it! You don’t know if you can do something until you try it. I’m so happy to have my lil’ container garden. I wasn’t paralyzed by fear of failure like I am so many times with things in life. Now I’ll continue to look into websites like https://gromagik.com/blogs/grow-magik-mushroom-cultivation-blog/parts-of-a-mushroom-mushroom-anatomy-explained to obtain more gardening tips.
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