It has truly been a joy to begin this organic garden. The journey has been full with lots of publications and experience that has helped us learn along the way. We have seen some first fruits and are standing eagerly by for more.
Above you can see our transplants lined up and in the transplanting process. We will be writing more on the transplanting process and how you can do this in your own garden to increase the chances of a successful transplant.
Pictured above you can also see, green bean in the middle, a few successful transplants. The green bean plant has developed a second set of leaves and sprouted a third set of leaves below those since it was successfully transplanted. The green bean plant sprouts fast and was leaf first in the window, in our mini greenhouse as we call it, and just could not wait to get outside. The plant has done very well.
Spinach was another plant that could hardly be contained by its clay pot inside. When we put it outside it simply flourished and leaped forth out of the ground like a wild bush ready to hop on your plate and make a great spinach and strawberry salad.
We have all truly enjoyed watching them grow. A talented farmer once said that observation is key when you have your own garden. We are always putting our eyes on these little plants. What are your observations? What questions do you have? What would you like to see more of? What would you like us to write about next? Remember, you are the best part of what we do. When will you begin your organic garden?Share your comments with the community by posting them below. Share the wealth of health with your friends and family by sharing this article with 3 people today. As always you are the best part of what we do. Keep sharing!
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