Hey, how far apart should I thin out my radishes? They are still kinda small, maybe only 1" high.
Originally Posted by smeisnotapirate
Ditto to all that. DS was born in early June and due late May. June 1, the day before I started my 3-day marathon labor
Originally Posted by mamafish9
Originally Posted by AllisonK
My Grandma lives in Ryderwood and I used to go to her house every summer. We would grocery shop in Winlock usually. Longview if she decided but usually Winlock as it was closer.
Originally Posted by lmonter
Yup, down in Morton. Most people don't know Morton though, Chehalis is easier to remember. My grandma lived between Winlock and Napavine for most of her adult life, so I got to visit the area fairly frequently.
I hear you on the anxiously doing nothing. Amen. It'll probably snow another time or two in the next month. Um, you're not due until December. Unless you have major medical issues or are on bedrest or something, you should be fine. Most of your "golden" second trimester is during summer. I could still usually cook and such until 7-8 months along. 9mo is when I start being sluglike. But your pregnancies are probably a little different than mine.
Last year I was planting up until the day before I delivered. Tomatoes, asparagus, peppers, potatoes, beans, peas, everything. Only thing I didn't get in the ground were zucchini and more cucumbers. And my little girl didn't come out until 41w6d. My best friend was the little $8 stool from Walmart. Nice and low to the ground so I could sit with my giant belly and keep planting/weeding/whatever since my hips and pelvis were shot. I still use it, actually.
Great move! I am planning to start growing those plants and want to promote organic food.have started broc, kale, cabbage, onion, leek, tomato 4 varities, pep 4 varities, eggplant, & herbs.
This is round 1 of 4 things to plant-getting dirt load on Tue:
I can't wait-o and the baby plants are doing great!!!!