Did you plant a wood pallet garden this year? How is it doing? I was planning on harvesting my romaine lettuce earlier this week but now I think I’ll just harvest it tomorrow and make a big Cesar salad to go with our Father’s Day BBQ.
When I harvested the endive lettuce, I decided to cut it off at the base of the plant and left the roots intact because I wanted to see if I could grow another head of lettuce. Have you ever tried this? Do you think it will work?
Check out the strawberries! Do you see the runners starting to form at the end of the pallet?
And last but not least, the celery. The celery won’t be ready to harvest until fall, but it sure is fun to watch it grow. Our pallets sit in a shaded area of our garden, and if there is one thing celery loves, it’s shade.
It doesn’t matter if you are gardening in a traditional plot, containers, a greenhouse, towers or wood pallets, gardening is cool. Anytime you can get outside and get a little dirt under your fingernails, it’s a good day
Want to learn more about wood pallet gardening and how I put mine together? Click on the pallets above and it will take you to my first pallet garden post of the year. You’ll also learn what to look for when choosing a pallet.
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