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August Prepping 2019

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    Posted: August 01 2019 at 9:16pm
What is everyone working on this month? Our garden has been going great! We have had tons of squash, tomatoes and jalapenos. We did have a lot of lettuce and spinach but it got really hot and they are not doing well at all now, I have never grown either before and I understand they do better in cooler weather and not the 100+ temps we have been getting, so I plan on replanting again in the fall. I was reading you can plant again in the fall in cooler weather. We were enjoying the daily salads so much. As far as my pantry items go, I have been trying to do some more stocking up on canned goods, when I realized I was totally out of canned corn the other day, I used to have so many cases of canned corn and green beans and now I am running out, lol. It's time to stock up. I did just stock up on 40+ rolls of toilet paper and 8 boxes of Kleenex when Amazon had their Prime day July sale. It's time to get things in order!
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I am drying my herbs. Dill, Thyme, Tarragon, Parsley, Rosemary this are my herbs of choice. Next year we will see what I plant.
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I was thinking about trying to grow a little herb garden in the house this winter.
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You learn something new every day!

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Just started harvesting tomatoes.

This year I tried using some seeds that I saved last year (from someone who, as a hobby grows, about 26 sorts of heirloom tomatoes every year).

Maybe I need to work on how to save other seeds!

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We are saving seeds from our tomato plants this year too and will try to plant them next year and see if they will grow.
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