Thursday, September 18, 2008

Planting in Fall

I started planting vegetables that thrives in fall season. As I learned, not many vegetables can be planted in fall. So, taking advantage of what I have, I tilled, raked, and added compost to the soil. On Saturday, I sowed seeds directly into the soil such as pak choi, spinach, and arugula, beets, and turnip. I make sure they are watered well by watering twice a day: morning and afternoon. Below are pictures of arugula and spinach which have already sprouted in 5 days.

I am excited, for I know I will have delicious vegetables in winter.

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