Gardening: Good for the Heart and Soul

Hiya, Welcome back to PEP! Fridays in May will be about gardening, in particular my garden. But I will likely write about some research at some point. I’ve just planted my garden so there won’t be updates that quickly.
I’ve planted onions, tomatoes, both cherry and big hybrids, corn and garden beans. As well as cucumbers, sweet bell peppers, jalapenos, watermelons, and summer squash. I’ve even planted pumpkins in preparation for the fall. I do love Halloween after all. I own two cats as well as there’s a few neighborhood cats so I’ve also planted catnip.
I did catnip for use in my cat toys that I make as well as in hope that when the neighborhood cats come visiting, they’ll snack on the catnip and leave the rest alone. We’ll see. I’ll keep you updated on that. I planted just what we would actually eat in my house, as well as space requirements of my small area I have. Corn, onion and beans take up quite a bit of room. Well, as I said, I’ve just planted the garden so that’s all I have for today. I should have some seedlings by next Friday so I’ll post some more pictures then.

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The leaves weren’t there when I finished planting but it was fairly windy that day. That’s obviously something I’ll have to keep an eye out for.
Slán.
Paula

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