Last time I updated you all I was pretty excited about my green thumb. That is no longer the case. I have killed several of our little plants. The starts to our garden are doing ok now, but many of the tomatoes and peppers dies off. Along with 1 of the watermelons. Here they are
The biggest of the watermelons. This one seems to be doing really great. We are definitely keeping our fingers crossed that we can get some fruit off of it.
Here are the best of the tomatoes. They have done really well in the kitchen window. They get really great morning sun here.
The peppers are a little droopy and they are leaning towards the window. I took the plants outside last weekend and I think I left them out to long and either fried them from the sun or from the wind (I thought I had them sheltered enough)
Oh well. Heres to hoping that the remainder make it to bring us fruit.
It has been really fulfilling growing them so far. Its fun seeing their growth. I know one thing. Next year I am going to start our plants in january or february so that they are much bigger at this point. I am afraid that we won't get much produce from them because they are still so small.
Do any of you know of a frugal/cheap way to make a small greenhouse?