- Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkins
- Jack-be-Little Pumpkins
- Snap Peas
- Lima Beans
- Hungarian Wax Peppers
- Green Peppers
- A Variety of Lettuce
- Wild Mint
- A Variety of Marigolds
- White Daisies
- Replant foods that can be replanted!
Since we don't have the gardening boxes, we planted certain plants in containers and pots.
Of course they all were started in plastic boxes like these (right), but many plants get too big to grow up in them.
We have some lettuce, celery, onions, stevia, citronella, and some flowers planted in pots. Everything that we have planted in the pots has sprouted and grown really quick.
We have them our on our deck, so it's hard to forget to water them since we see them every time we walk out.
You don't have to worry about weeds taking over and you can place them anywhere that gets sun. (they can be right at your fingertips like ours!)
- Animal poop (chicken, duck, goat, cow, etc...)
- Wood ashes
- Compost (decomposed fruits, vegies, eggshells, coffee grounds, etc...)
- Blood meal and other animal products
- and finally, my favorite of all...EPSOM SALTS!!!
To make a spray for your plants, blend 10 cloves of garlic and a tablespoon of cayenne pepper with one quart of water. After letting it sit for at least 24 hours, strain the mixture through cheesecloth and add a cup of cooking oil. When ready to use, add 1/2 cup of water to the concentrated mixture.