The Girl Who Thinks She’s a Bird and I worked in the pallet garden the other day placing new Ruby Red Swiss chard transplants from the greenhouse in to the pallet that used to be growing spinach.
The Swiss chard was started in the greenhouse about a month ago and now that it’s starting to heat up in there, were decided to move it on out.
Remember the dried beans I planted? Well this pallet is doing pretty good.
This pallet, not so much. Clearly it was attacked by evil slugs. I spread a bunch of Sluggo down and replanted the pallet though so with any luck, we’ll get some beans in about 60 days.
The strawberry pallet garden is rockin’. Look at all those runners it’s putting out and if you look real close, you can flashes of red berries beneath the leaves.
Here’s a view of the entire pallet garden from the potting bench. 🙂 The Swiss chard is still a little droopy from transplanting but it should perk up soon.
Did you plant a pallet garden this year?
How is it doing? Are you happy with the results?
Mavis wants to know.
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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