The area they are growing in was covered in grass. I cleared a 30' by 2' space for my herbs and veggies. I dug about 1.5 ft down and cleared all rocks and other materials out. I filled the area with soil (about 80% organic choice gardening soil and 20% native soil). Now that I think of it...I believe it was specifically for veggies. I would imagine that if it contains the wrong type of nutrients in the soil, the plants would have shown problem signs early on. What do you think? The plants look healthy in the first pics I posted of them.
The soil is supposed to feed for up to two months...so, I haven't really applied anything in the form of fertilizer. The only time I applied anything other than the fungicide was some organic plant food that comes in a plastic bottle. Probably a mistake...but, this was at least 2 weeks ago.
Could it just be too much water? It's been raining an aweful lot lately..
The more I think of it..the more it seems as though I've been doing everything wrong.
As for posting pics...it's pretty simple
1. Create a photobucket.com account for free
2. Upload pics from your computer(I have a file just for garden pics with titles and all to keep it organized)
3. Once you've uploaded pics from your comp to your photobucket album..your ready to post pics here
4. Click on the small boxes next to all the pics you want to post in a given message
5. Once you've selected them..scroll down to the bottom of the screen and click "Generate HTML code"
6. The screen will refresh and present you with codes for different sites. Go to the one that says "IMG for messageboards" or something like that.(it is the option under the "recommended" option for message boards.) Highlight the code and then copy and paste onto your message.
I usually type the message..then minimize the window with my message...then open photobucket and copy the the code for my pics...then reopen the window with the message and paste it in.
Thanks again for all your help.