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Organic Gardening in the Sunny Okanagan, British Columbia – May 15 to now crops aplenty

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Cindy planted the garden on May 15th, and we have crops aplenty for some time now with much more to come. It’s like a grocery store produce section with everything being organic.
Our garden is full and giving a good return. We’ve taken peas, lettuce, Kale, spinach, celery, green onions, radishes, dill weed, parsley, cooking onions, yellow beans, kohlrabi and are getting peppers and starting on carrots. Tomatoes are about 1 week to 10 days away. Still to come are squash, pumpkin, corn and rhubarb. Fruit wise, we had cherries, apricots, strawberries, raspberries, red currants, gooseberries and now plums.
All happening in about 2 1/2 months.
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Artist: Silent Partner


Michael Ball says:

That's a really nice garden mate, I love to spend as much time in the garden as possible, it's my main passion in life but unfortunately I suffer from bouts of sleep disturbance when I cannot sleep at night instead sleeping during the day. I woke an hour ago at 3pm today and feel utterly exhausted. It's something I've had to contend with since I was 13 and I go through phases , sometimes I get on top of it and then it comes back with a vengeance. The best thing that people can do is to include me in their thoughts and prayers and I'd be deeply touched if you would do so as I have so much I'd like to do in the garden. I'm hoping to take some semi ripe cuttings from a mulberry tree growing in the wild a few miles from here and there are cuttings of hyssop to take as well as a bed to prepare for plants of sweet cicely. So much to do if I can overcome this horrid sleep disturbance. Thank you.

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