Winter 2017 Indoor Soil Garden, Day 19

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So, Awesome things have been brewing in the indoor garden!  Here are my update pictures:

Each of the potters have grown so much.  Unfortunately, I am still waiting for my lavender to sprout, but it will soon, I am sure.

The white powder on the top of the potters is diatomaceous earth to keep away the gnats that were in the tent.

 

The left side is yellow onion, the right side is red onion:

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Grand Rapids Lettuce on the left, Radishes on the Right:WIN_20170331_17_04_39_Pro

Raab Broccoli on the left, Black Opal Basil on the right:WIN_20170331_17_05_16_Pro

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Turnip on the left, Kohlrabi on the right:

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Beets on the left, Carrots on the right:

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The Navel Orange has been accruing new growth.

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It dropped some of it’s flowers and some of the fruit, but it’s supposed to drop what it does not feel is healthy to flourish.

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There are still over a dozen oranges left on the tree.

WIN_20170331_17_04_13_ProThe potato bucket has flourished!  All of the sproutlets have developed very nicely.  In a few days I will cover the spoutlets with more soil and wait for them to continue to grow.  As the potatoes grow vertically, they will put out more potatoes in the bottom of the bucket horizontally.  Within about a month, there will be potatoes to pick and harvest from the bottom of the bucket where I cut the holes.

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