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I only have a teeny tiny yard in front of our townhouse, so I won't be planting an actual garden, but I am planning on growing a few things in pots. Our yard faces south and gets tonnes of sun, so I am thinking of growing some tomatoes and peppers. Maybe some herbs, too.
We have a teeny yard too so I'll either be doing green beans or trying tomatoes again. I tried cucumbers last year but they didn't work at all. I really want to move to a house with a huge yard so I can do a real garden.
We are planning tomatoes, onions x2, corn x6, beans x3, flowers, peasx4, carrotsx2, onionsx2. cauliflower/broccoli, peppers, cucumbers x 2. then a potatoes, I don't remember how many hills we planted last year but want at lease the same amount. I thought it was 3 or 4 seed boxes. But this year I have my own seed.
As for the flowers we have some Dahlia's to plant then we usually go to our neighbour that has a green house and sells flowers and the children pick a flat or two each.
We also have a fruit patch, 2 apple trees, 2 plume trees, 15 Saskatoon shrubs, 5 raspberries bushes, a couple rows of strawberries, and2 pear trees that are going to get dug up if they don't do anything this year.