Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Fall Veggie Garden

Finally found the time to get some of the fall veggies seedlings planted this week.

Farmer Brown aka Hubby, planted 7 more rows of corn seed...The soil (who am I kidding I live in FL it is sand) was good and soaked thru from all the rain earlier this week.

Bok Choy ( Chinese Cabbage)

I mixed in some cow compost and then covered with used hay from the goat pen...I hope this will do well to build up the "soil" so we can avoid having to add any man-made chemicals...

We still have plenty more to plant....Hope the nice weather holds.


You didn't really think I could do a post without a goat update did you?

As you can see they are settling in well and lil Sara is even kind enough to share her slide with them....

I do also want to explain why I have not been visiting all my favorite blogs much lately...Being out in the country we are on satilite internet...and this comes with limited daily bandwidth usage...With Big Daughter home, not only does that put a 3rd person on the internet, but also she needs it to fill out job applications...So as any mummy would do, I have scaled by my own usage to allow for the extra draw on our bandwidth...I miss seeing what is going on out there in blog land and all my fellow blogging friends.

Blessings Kelsie

Sharing today:

Fertilizer Friday @
http://www.tootsietime.com/
Fall Farm Friends Friday @
http://www.verdefarm.com

9 comments:

mississippi artist said...

I got a much needed rain on my fall garden last night. I did not know you could grow corn in the fall, even in Florida!

Dreaming said...

Your garden looks lovely! Hard to imagine that you are planting and we are looking Ol' Man Winter in the face!

rosie said...

Your vegie garden is going to be great..
We are about to renovate ours too..

Karen said...

A fall vegetable garden would be a dream come true here, but the snow would soon cover it, lol. I can't wait to see the bounty yours produces. Love the goats playing on the slide, looks like everyone is having a wonderful time.

Darla said...

I really need to get some veggies in the ground or in some containers. The goats and Sara look like they are having a big time. Boy oh boy, do I know about sharing 'my' computer too. Prayers for your big daughter to find a job, it's tough out there.

Kateri said...

Your starts look so healty. In Michigan we are winding down for the year, though I still have plenty of fall greens in the garden.

Honey at 2805 said...

Your Fall garden looks for to a good start!

Thank you for linking to Potpourri Friday! Your participation helps to make the party better!

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

So cute that the goats play on the kiddie slide!

Deborah Jean at Dandelion House said...

Just look at you Kelsi! While the rest of us are putting our gardens to bed for the winter, you're planting again! Good for you!
Deb