Your question was: Anyone doing Nutrisystem have a garden?.
This is my third year in a row to garden here in Alaska. We are building a green house this year to help out. I veggi garden and flower garden. I have a basement full of flowers starting inside next to the windows. My vegitables taste so much better than the store bought...
Would love to have a veggie garden!! We have very little all day sun in our yard. We have a water garden instead.
Enjoy the fresh tomatoes, peppers, squash melons and all!!! They are the best!..
Your gardens sound great!.
I've got two tomato plants (sweet 100s and a larger variety, can't remember the name), lettuce (some romaine already up and some summer varieties just sown), a jalapeno plant and a yellow bell pepper plant..
These are all in containers. The tomatoes and the bell pepper are flowering. Exciting!.
I also have a couple of massive runaway rosemary bushes in the ground and a few pots of herbs.
I get my first Nutrisystem box tomorrow! First post!..
We went way down in size of our garden and now mostly plant, tomatoes, peppers and eggplant...
I have lots of food going in my yard. I have two navel orange trees, lemon, pomegranate, apricot, kaffir lime, blueberry and raspberry bushes..
We just planted lettuce, assorted hot chili peppers, assorted tomates and Italian squash..
I have an herb garden with assorted rosemarys, sages, thymes, oreganos, chives, mints and basils..
I love to grow stuff...
Wow you are all ahead of me. I can't put anything in the ground until June. I have raised beds. My rhubarb is coming up nicely though...
I started a "Home Veggie Garden" thread a few weeks ago. Look us up and join in!..
I am not too optimistic this year, starting year three at this new house - we built 7 4x4 raised beds last year with all new soil and compost and I probably had the worst yields I have ever had anywhere gardening..
8 tomato plants but the season was so short I did not even get a dozen tomatoes, two zucchini plants that were very ungiving unlike the previous year where I had plenty to eat. My peas didn't thrive, nor did my peppers or chard, and on top of that the slugs at everything that they could and every time an ear of corn started ripening a raccoon had it in their mouths a moment later! Had to give up on my potted lime which didn't set flowers for the last two years, and my meyer lemons all just fell off after being successful the year before. Planted a plum tree last year and it flowered but nothing happened, hoping this year those pretty blossoms give me some fruit. I am so hopeful this year will be better..
So far I have onions, leeks and potatoes out, as well as my herb garden, and I am planting peas and zucchini if it can stop raining for a few hours at some point this weekend. I want to go get my tomatoes so badly to start but they are recommending waiting until May 1 so I figure I should at least wait a couple weeks - there is nothing as delicious as a fresh picked tomato warmed by the sun!.
Good luck everybody!..