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Post  AtlantaMarie 12/1/2019, 8:04 am

Good morning December 2019! how this year has flown...

It was 60 degrees when I got up at 6. We were supposed to have rain come through last night. If it did, I didn't hear it...

Garden-wise there's not much going on. I'm hoping to get some time this week to do some much needed weed-eating & cleaning up. I was hoping to do some tree trimming, but would prefer colder weather so I don't get any new growth trying to happen.

Gardenate.com only gives us a couple of things to plant this month:

Asparagus Plant crowns
Onion Sow seed



What are YOU doing this month in the garden? Get out there. Just to enjoy it if nothing else!
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Post  countrynaturals 12/1/2019, 9:41 am

AtlantaMarie wrote:Good morning December 2019!  how this year has flown...

Ain't it the truth! Shocked

What are YOU doing this month in the garden?  Get out there.  Just to enjoy it if nothing else!

I'd love to, but it just won't stop raining! Mid-South:  December 950477
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Post  yolos 12/1/2019, 4:39 pm

AtlantaMarie wrote:Good morning December 2019!  how this year has flown...

It was 60 degrees when I got up at 6.  We were supposed to have rain come through last night.  If it did, I didn't hear it...

Garden-wise there's not much going on.  I'm hoping to get some time this week to do some much needed weed-eating & cleaning up.  I was hoping to do some tree trimming, but would prefer colder weather so I don't get any new growth trying to happen.

Gardenate.com only gives us a couple of things to plant this month:

        Asparagus Plant crowns
        Onion        Sow seed



What are YOU doing this month in the garden?  Get out there.  Just to enjoy it if nothing else!

We had a gully washer last night down here.  1/2 inch of rain in a very short period.

Harvesting Broccoli (still have 18 heads in different stages of growth).  Kale is growing slowly due to lack of sunshine (woods block out sun this time of year).  English peas just started to flower this last week.  Hope they hurry and start setting peas before we get another cold front come thru.  Garlic is coming up.  Only have had to replant two plants that did not sprout.  Carrots finally germinated but will probably just sit there doing nothing until spring.  All fall vegies were planted late due to our heat wave in Sept.  Five beds planted in cover crops are also growing slowly except for the oats/peas cover crop which is growing faster than all others.  All except one bed has been cleaned out ready to plant in spring.

I usually plant Fava beans but just have not gotten around to it this year.  Was working on getting irrigation partially set up this fall so just didn't get it done.

Brussel Sprouts are doing ok but very slow to reach maturity.  So far this looks like the only time I will have ever gotten the Brussel Sprouts to make adequate Sprouts.
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Post  sanderson 12/5/2019, 2:30 pm

yolos wrote:. . .  All fall vegies were planted late due to our heat wave in Sept. 
Same here, in fact, much of the romaine lettuce has bolted. Sad

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