After months of very strange weather here in Michigan, I am able to go out and start working my soil..... Had I tried earlier, I would have ended up with a muddy mess. I know tis a bit late for the season, but I am just gonna bite the bullet and get things going.
Am trying a new variety of tomatoes, onions x2 and lots of other nice and new plants. Over the years I have had extreme luck with my green and wax beans... I am looking forward to a very large harvest of them.... 5 packets of each... and I so love the fact that I am harvesting them pretty much all summer.
I got surprised the other day... My daughter last year sent home with me a single sickly everbearing strawberry plant... I planted it and nursed it, and protected it, and got a whopping 10 fruit off of it last year, but didnt really protect it for the winter.... went out and checked it about 3 days ago, and much to my surprise, there were 9 babies around it... so when I plant the 10 new plants I will have a total of 20... gotta love it. Personally I really don't care for strawberries, but the darling wife and one of my daughters go thru about 100 dollars of berries a year.. soon hopefully it will be 0 dollars.
More to come later.