|Three rows of potatoes and two rows of sweet onions.|
And this takes up just about one tenth of the garden plot. :-)
- sweet onions
- green onions
- jalepeno peppers
- green beans (pole and bush)
- okra (tons of it!)
- tomatoes (tons of those too!)
- cucumbers (wayyyyy less of those)
- cherry tomatoes
- herbs (parsley, basil, cilantro, thyme)
Sounds like a lot, eh? Please excuse my handwriting, but here's my little garden map...
|Obviously, it has spinach on it, which I did not list.|
I will be planting turnips by the cherry tomatoes, and herbs where the spinach is shown.
So Saturday night, as I
drifted off crashed into sleep, I heard the rumble of thunder over my little garden. When I woke up (barely able to move with my sore little legs) on Sunday morning, the little garden was swimming. As soon as the rain stopped, I went down to check on things, scared to death that my taters and onions had floated into the creek behind the house. That happened once to my Nanny and Pap, and they had to start over...from scratch! Guess what? A river had definitely run through it, but they were all still nestled into their rows, nice and snug. Hooray!