I’ve decided to try and grow some potato on purpose this year.
Last year I was trying to grow cauliflowers when suddenly a potato plant started growning in the middle of them and took over the whole party. I suspect it was from peels that I had tossed in to compost.
So this year I have a nice little potato with some eyes on it. I’ve cut it into a few bits.
Then I have planted the bits in a nice deep tub of dirt.
I’ll let you know what happens.
If you look REALLY closely you can see a few tiny weeny Swiss Chard sprouts trying to grow from the new batch of seeds I planted outside. I really think these ARE chard because they are red!
I am happy to see that the oregano plant has a few little leaves trying to grow. Last year it was completely dead but then came back full blast!
I found out that a friend of mine is actually an award winner tomato growing expert!! The things you find out about people!
Anyway, I had been telling her my growing troubles but commented on how pleased I was with the progress of my tomato plants that I am growning inside from seed.
She told me that it is very important to mound the dirt around the base of the plant. This helps make it stronger for when the tomatoes appear. So that’s what I did!
AND I added coffee grounds to the dirt as a fertilizer
As for the mystry plant?
The concensus is……..that is it some sort of sunflowers!