Author Archives: VeggieKim

About VeggieKim

I am a twenty-something gal living in Central Pennsylvania aspiring to have my own edible garden. Follow me thru my trials and tribulations as I journey from seed to harvest.

Week: 24 & 25 Tomato Madness

When it rains it pours! And it’s raining tomatoes in my garden. The first that began to ripen were the cherry tomatoes.   Then came the grafted San Marzano and regular Roma tomatoes. The grafted San Marzano tomatoes were said to be … Continue reading

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Week 23: Where Have I been?

Hey Friends! Sorry I’ve been absent these last few weeks, I got married and went on a honeymoon in Mexico so there’s no way  I could’ve gardened or told you all about it. 😉 Upon our return two weeks later, … Continue reading

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Week 20: Veggies Are Ready for Pickin’

PHOTO MONTAGE!      Oh and some day lily. 😉       What’s in your garden?

Posted in July | Leave a comment

Week 19: I Grow Flowers Too

This last week I’ve really noticed my flowers coming into bloom. The hydrangea are really spectacular and my container garden of wave petunias and zinnias is getting full as well. I started my zinnias from seed. The variety is called … Continue reading

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Week 18: Planting Shrubs

This past weekend I went to my parents home in the Poconos and subsquently to our lakehouse. I snapped a few pics of mom’s window boxes, hanging basket and her flag out front. She always does a great job! Unfortunately … Continue reading

Posted in June, Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Week 17: Picking some veggies

Well we’re in the 17th week of the garden and I’m happy to report I have been harvesting some veggies!!! Peppers are popping up, pictured here is the jalapeno, peperoncini and bell. I used the bell pepper in a stir … Continue reading

Posted in June | 1 Comment

Week 14/15: Blooming! Growing! Almost Harvest!

My garden is really bursting with salad-y goodness! My mesculin mix is at the end of it’s run and the romaine lettuce is coming in nicely. Though as you can see the arugala is really crowding the romaine so I’ve … Continue reading

Posted in June | Leave a comment