Here is a picture of our entire garden so far!
Our tomato plant has a little tomato growing!
The tomato plant, so far, has been our favorite! This plant continues to grow amazingly and we are just so excited!
Since we planted two strawberry plants, they both have been growing very nicely. Besides the tiny holes because of the bugs, which you can use fertilizer in order to protect it, we are very happy with the way they are turning out!
Our green bell pepper is the smallest one out of our group of plants. It seems to be growing the slowest but it is still progressing.
Our cantaloupe plant is growing nicely. It’s only been six weeks and it looks really good. We are really excited to see it continue to grow!
- They were very common Mexico and Central America and spread throughout the 16th and 17 centuries, where now they are grown all around the world
- Green bell peppers are harvested before they become ripe
- Bell peppers are low in calories and have no grams of fat
- Bell peppers are not seasonal fruits, so they are available all year round
- They contain many vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E
- Bell peppers are used in many recipes
- Cabbage is very high in fiber, vitamin C & K, and is fat free and cholesterol free.
- Cabbages have a lot of fiber, vitamin K, vitamin C, calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
- Cabbage is considered one of the oldest vegetable in the world
- There are many cabbages grown all over the world but the common ones are the Green and Red in the United States
If you want to learn more check out this link!
So far its been 4 weeks since we planted our garden and it has been doing really well. They are all growing at a normal rate.