Friday, June 19, 2009

The last of the spring carrots

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I'm going to put some more in the ground at the end of next month, but for now, this is the end of the carrots. I didn't freeze any, we just ate them as they came out of the ground and they were amazing. Bright vibrant colors and sweet as sugar.

3 comments:

Michelle said...

My carrots didn't quite turn out right...glad you got good carrots!

BethGo said...

I planted my carrots at the end of May and while they have nice tops, they are not very...carroty on the bottom. Am I doing something wrong or do I just need to keep waiting?

My tomatoes are doing ok but they are not exactly bountiful yet. Cucumbers are growing. I have zucchini that blossoms but then fizzles.

And I have eggplant plants that seem happy but aren't doing anything.

I just suck at this.

We just sprayed on some fish emulsion and we have been adding in compost we made but my garden is mediocre.

I am frustrated.

Erin said...

Beth it takes a LONG time for carrots to mature. You have an excellent climate for it since it doesn't normally get super hot there either. I would let them grow for at LEAST six more weeks before you check again. Give the tomatoes some time, they take a while and we live in such a hot place tomatoes go nuts!