Re: [gardeners] Gotta remember what you planted where

Margaret Lauterbach (
Tue, 30 Jun 1998 11:14:53 -0600

At 11:31 AM 6/30/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Finally got back to the vegetable patch this weekend - not much there this
>year, because I've spent so much time adding to perennial beds.  I've got
>seeds yet to plant, but with a growing season that lasts until November,
>I'll just do a fall garden.  But...I was cleaning up some rampant bean
>vines that grew from seeds left out last year, and discovered to my
>amazement some tomato plants I had set out in April and forgotten about!
>They were completely covered by bean vines, but plenty healthy, with green
>tomatoes.  So, they are now de-beaned and tied up, so maybe soon we'll
>have some 'maters. The Butterfruit super-sweet corn is really struggling
>this year - with mid-to-upper 90s the past month, and very little rain, it
>just isn't happy.  I'll plant Merit for the fall.  Four zuccini plants and
>four bell peppers pretty much round it out for now, but the flowers are in
>good shape, so the veggies will get more attention.  Still 4+ good months
>to grow.
>Harry Boswell         
>USDA Zone 8 (Mississippi USA)
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How are you able to foil the squash borers, Harry?  George pulled out his
(dead) squash vines, and I think you're in the same zone.  Margaret