Tag Archives: Rainbow Chard

Spring Always Seems To Fly By

The last month and a half just sped by and although I haven’t posted, I did document.  Most things have been a success so far but a few casualties did occur.  I’m still in awe of how quickly everything’s grown … Continue reading

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Another Week, A Million Lessons!

If it was possible to do everything wrong….I did! First, let it be known…I fell into raising plants from seedlings…seriously, I had no idea what I was doing, was resistant (see last post), and the results speak for themselves. The … Continue reading

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This Week in A Bahamian in Austria’s Garden…

Just a quick update on how things are progressing thus far: I’ve been emotionally distancing myself from the seedlings in an attempt to dampen the affect of the inevitable. There’s a reason folks have all that prep stuff! The neighborhood … Continue reading

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Getting Started

A few weeks ago, a fellow blogger asked if I’d started on the spring garden as yet, which given our cold, gray skies, hadn’t even been given a thought.  The organic gardening stores hadn’t started hawking their wares yet – … Continue reading

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Summer Has Left Austria

A month ago, I said goodbye to the last of the spring harvest and looked forward to enjoying our summer fruit.  With the erroneous concept that the garden was self-sufficient, Hubs and I took off for a week on our first real … Continue reading

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The Weird Gap between Spring & Summer Harvests

We’ve hit mid-July and the garden is still alive.  There’ve been no major setbacks – outside of the Okra, which I believe are stunted due to poor placement on my behalf and unstable weather.  There hasn’t been any harvesting of the … Continue reading

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Practically Nothing Left To Do

It’s getting more difficult to maintain any type of consistency here but at least the garden is, to a point, self-sufficient.  A few of my earlier implementations are performing immensely well as time- and energy-saving bonuses. The mulch was initially set to deter … Continue reading

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