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Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Pangga always wanted our own herb garden, so we decided to grow them including some veggies in pots. We bought the following seeds: scallions, chives, spinach, snow peas and beefsteak tomato. Pangga also bought soil mixed with fertilizers in order to help the seeds grow well.
I'm not an experienced gardener, so I just closely followed the manufacturer's instructions and recommendations. I'm reminded of my mother, she can coax any plant to grow well. I often refer to her as the "green thumb" in the family.
Pangga and I have been holding our breath since I planted the seeds and we're both excited to see them finally growing.
One advantage I like when growing plants in containers/ pots is the ability to move them around to a sunnier or shady spot to fit the needs of the plant. But I know that it needs to watered more than those field- grown because of the limited amount of soil within the container.
Above is a photo of a growing "big beefsteak tomatoes" which took 7-14 days to germinate. It will produce huge globe- shaped fruit size about 10- 12 oz each. I really hope we get to see that before the summer ends. (finger's crossed)
Below is a photo of salad scallions. Pangga is so looking forward to this!