The seeds are behind Ron all in one place. The pictures don’t show the extent of Kathy’s labeling. Thanks, Kathy Rhoades. Now we’re going to get an insulated container so the seeds can be stored safe from temperature extremes.
Kathy is organizing the seeds, some of us are going to a seed savers’ workshop offered by the Valencia County Extension Service, and Geri started putting the greenhouse in order. Note the before and after pictures and the amazing eggplants that survived the heat in the greenhouse earthbox–without being watered! We’re thinking of installing some of the watering hoses that came with the greenhouse. They’d allow us to water from above to keep the place humid. Right now the temperature in the greenhouse at mid-day is over 100 degrees!
For more on NMSU’s seed saver workshop and library, go here
Check out this post by giant veggie gardener in Santa Fe.
Looking for squash bugs among the melons and tending tomato plants