Apr 17, 2011

Square Foot Garden: One Week

As you have seen, we have experienced a lot of growth this week.

Just this afternoon we found the sprout above and it's corn.

Another discovery this afternoon was leaf lettuce. 
These sprouts are so very small that you really have to look to find them.

And then there is Hailey...

12 Treats:

Kari in WeHo said...

its really coming along!


Sagira said...

Wow...that is a lot of growth in just one week. Oh man...Hailey is so darn cute.

Olive said...

Wow! What kind of soil are you using? I am not having much luck this year. Our herbs are thriving , but nothing else :(

Licks from Olive

F. Klamer said...

It's a mix of 1/3 peat moss, 1/3 vermiculite and 1/3 compost (made up of 4 types of compost, turkey, mushroom and 2 generic blends)

shaunmarsh709 said...

Its really gone well........
Thanks for share....
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Maggie and Mitch said...

Your garden is coming along beautifully, girls!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

♥MONA + MOMMY TOO♥ said...

Wow....can we come help Hailey with the harvest?

Never give up girl. Them leaves will be popping through the fencinbg before you know it. My angel sister Samantha loves to help Mommy pick cherry tomatoes and she would carry one in her month for hours. Never ate them just like played with them.

We miss you all.

Love &{{{huggies}}}...Mona & Weenie

Kate said...

Addie's twin Leo has been helping me get ready for a square foot garden too! Check it out on my new blog www.retroranchrevamp.com too bad it is SNOWING today in Wisconsin!

Clive said...

Love to see the garden doing well! We planted some potatoes and sweet corn as well and Murray is so excited at the idea of them growing!!

take care
Clive and Murray

Asta said...

I think youw gawden is spwouting extwa bootifully
It must be youw vigilant cawe
smoochie kisses

Amber-Mae said...

How exciting! I bet it's gonna take a VERY long time for that corn plant to grow.

BJ Roan said...

Patience Haley, well, unless your Pop decides to move that fence back a little. The plants will grow through the fence, then you can have a little taste.

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