Apparently I can't count

I have planted nearly my entire front large garden an I still have a bazillllllllion seedlings. These are just a few of them. I have no idea what I was thinking when I planted all these seedlings LOL.




 I have another 40 plus peppers and another 20 tomatoes not even in these photos. LOL Plus some other odds and ends.

One of my rows of tomatoes in the front garden.  its not mulched yet. I was doing good I felt to get them planted. My job has me playing catch on a lot of stuff right now. But I will get to it all :O) Yes that is actual bags of mulch you see too. Usually you know I use hay for my mulch in the garden. Wellll long story short I don't have any because TWICE now I have asked to buy some and been told yep ok and sighhhh its never materialized. I am going to have to find a new hay source obviously! We have a good 10 acres of our farm out front in hay pasture that could be bailed  but we have not been able to find anyone willing to bale it///. its not enough acreage anyone wants to mess with it and it has a few trees spotted around in it and the hay balers here just wont deal with trees.  I would love to find someone who bales in the square bales that would do it! We don't have a pole for our tractor to move those giant round bales so we have to roll them if we need to move those babies.. whew...
 Remember the onions that just took a beating all of January pretty much and part of February. Well they managed to survive and have really taken a hold. Just to the right top of the photo you can see my radishes. Then further past them some Swiss chard.

5 comments:

PioneerPreppy said...

Boy you ain't lyin. That's a lot of seedlings!!!

Henny Penny said...

I can't get over how pretty and healthy your seedlings are. I bought a starter kit and a pack of kale seeds. All 36 have sprouted and are growing but are still tiny. Your garden is beautiful!

Sandy said...

Texan,

Your seedlings look great girl!!! Yes, you have all kinds to plant now :-)

Nice looking onions!!!! Thank you for referring me to Dixondale. My onions look just as fabulous as yours :-)

I'll be planting some more seedlings tomorrow in the garden beds, and moving some tires to till the earth below for a new garden bed. Which will develop over the next week or so.

Kev Alviti said...

I'm the same with seedlings but I've planted lots for my brother and someone I used to work for (tomatoes anyway) as well. Having lots means that you can pick out the strongest ones. Your onions are looking great as well!

Love Of Quilts said...

Can you sell the other seedlings. You sure are a hard worker. I planted so seeds for heirloom tomatoes, not a one came up.