this is based. congrats to that Russian.
during the summer>>917
this is p gud tbh
Hey this be breddy gud thread.
New seeds planted. 3 kinds of lettuce, radishes, beets, and carrots in the tub. Spinach and kale in the box, on the containers in the ground we planted peas, tomatoes, jalapeno, red chili peppers, habenero, squash, zucchini, dill, fennel, and cucumbers.
Never seen a trailer park outside of movies and telly shows. Nice cacti collection you have there.>>951
Couldn't plant shit yet, I dug up the garden, and did some pruning too, but the weather was below 0 Celsius last week, and while the weekend was mild, they say the frost might come back. I'm thinking I'll shit on it and plant some stuff, radishes and garlic, maybe onion.
I also have to do some more pruning this time on fruit trees.
Did you made that ladder? Mayhaps you could throw together some shelf system and multiple the space of your garden with that.
Thanks. The snow killed s bunch of the cacti, the root systems might have lived. I guess we will see how bad the damage was in a couple months if they start growing again.
No i did not make the ladder, im going to get some trellis this week to set up for the tomatoes, cucumbers and peas to grow up. More pics to come. Im working on setting up an aquaponics system too. We will see what happens.
What's the purpose of the raised platform?>>963
Is the railing there for plants to run up?
The raised platform im turning into a deck, then screened in porch. Im getting more material for it this weekend.
No railing, just the lattice. They are close enough to grow over to, then up it. Heres some more photos, rearranged some stuff this weekend. Almost everything is in its final place for the season.
How large plots trailer homes have around them?
Also your shadow doesn't look fat enough. You are a disgrace of your stereotype and the ball you post with.
>>968>How large plots trailer homes have around them?
It depends on where you park your camper. Mine has about 1000 sq feet surrounding it, including the land its on, I live in a rv park with 40 lots. Usually its smaller because they want to cram as many trailers in as possible.
Ill make sure my shadow isnt in anymore photos ;-;
Do you guys own the real estate, or have to rent the spot?
How's the utilities? There are plugs for electricity outside? How do you heat the trailer? How cold is that in winter? Where the poop go?
>>976>How's the utilities?
Not bad about 50 USD per month at most>There are plugs for electricity outside?
Yes, there is a meter out back and a power line running to my camper>How do you heat the trailer?
When its cold enough with a space heater>How cold is that in winter?
Its not very cold in winter here
Where the poop go?
Into the city sewage
I have all utilities provided by the city.
Did you get a good crop out of this year?
Dude I fucking love those peppers! What are the peach coloured? Well done all round, carrots are a little sad though, soil too dry perhaps? Those large tomatoes look delicious as fuck. You cooking anything special with them? Pizza?
cool thread glad somebody bumped it
you ever do any guerilla gardening? I wanna do a suburban guerilla grow watermelon patch next summer>>1085
are those pear/teardrop tomatoes?>>975
brandywines are so good. my grandpa would always send us home with some from his garden in the summer
Noice. Third pic looks great. Bon appetite.
I maded photos of tomato plants, I still have to the fruits before I eat them all.>>1089>guerilla guardening
You mean just shove some seeds all about? It could work. Places not used for gardening lacks the pests that kill/damage your crop, so at least that isn't much of a factor. Soil and nutrients is a question. Also your plants and their fruits, roots, leaves can accumulate toxic shit so look around well for trash and garbage dumps.
Thanks, the peach colored ones are habaneros. Not sure why the carrots were so weird. Maybe the heat did effect the soil. Im going to use straw next round to help keep the skills moist, and prevent root exposure. Im canning some of them as we speak to save for sauce later after it cools down. Running a stove in a camper in the summer is not recommended.>>1089>guerilla gardening
No I havent, though ive always wanted to. Might try it this fall/spring. Im planting seeds tomorrow. Will post photos.
Those are San Marzano paste tomatoes. Im canning them for sauce.>>1090
Thanks fam, you never know when you might need it.
Pics are a Romaine, Beet, and radish bed.
Random lettuce and kale seeded
Pickling cucumbers, red cabbage, russian and red kale, red chard, broccoli, and spinach. Seeded them all today.
Looks cozy. Please keep posting OP
Nice mescaline collection you got there pal.