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Who put all these cucumbers in my garden?

Wilson, Patricia

Who put all these cucumbers in my garden?

by Wilson, Patricia

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Published by Upper Room in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wilson, Patricia, 1943-,
  • Meditations.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPatricia Wilson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV4832.2 .W583 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination142 p. :
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3189131M
    ISBN 100835804755
    LC Control Number83051398
    OCLC/WorldCa10551608

      “I think I can count the years in my life on one hand when I didn’t have a garden,” Mom mused one morning as we were training cucumbers to vine away from the burgeoning cabbages. “One was when I had my apartment in medical school, one the year we lived in Arizona but really, most all my life there’s been a garden, with raw. 2. Bush Cucumbers. If you have a small garden or want to grow in containers, bush cucumbers are a better choice. These grow from a central base rather than as a vine and take up less room. You can use succession planting strategies for bush cucumbers. Typically, bush varieties take weeks to ripen fully. They grow quickly especially in.

    When food was all we could buy, we all seemed to buy more of it, but now that we’re back to a strange sort of new normal, we all seem to be growing more of it too. My local garden centre is.   “I pack the cucumbers into clean jars and I add all the spices. I put these jars in the oven at for 25 minutes to sanitize them. While I do that, my brine is boiling.

      Hi! I recently moved and found a local community garden! I was very excited to be able to have my 1st garden. The only spots left were fixer uppers, where I had to build my own fence (for 1 side) and a door/gate. I set it up, had the land tilled and started my seeds and plantings. Most of my plants and herbs I did in containers, but beside the tomato plants that I put in the ground. Lemon cucumbers are a fun way to put a new spin on classic recipes. Try using them to top off a salad, float a couple of slices in a glass of water, or snack on the slices with a yummy dip.


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It’s a fun memory we have had for years. I can remember back when my year-old friend was young and here in the summers and we did a garden together. It was much smaller than what we are growing now, but it was fun and she still.

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Most Made Today. And pour the brine over the cucumbers. Put a weight on the cucumbers to keep them below the brine. Then add the lid and Fermentool and store in a cool, dark place for a week or so. After a week test the pickles to see if they have fermented enough for you.

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Dump the cucumbers and onions into a colander and rinse with cold water to remove all traces of salt. Transfer the cucumbers back to the large plastic container. Combine one-half cup white vinegar and cups of sugar in a separate bowl. One way to freeze cucumbers is to slice them and put the cucumber slices on a baking the sheet lined with parchment paper.

Pop the baking sheet into the freezer for a few hours. Put the frozen cucumber slices in a ziplock bag. Label the bag and put it back into the freezer. Another way to freeze cucumbers is to use ice cube trays. These plants send down a very deep tap root, so make sure there aren’t tree roots competing for resources feet down.

Squirrels Like ‘Em, Too. You can buy starts from garden centers, but planting cucumbers from seed is so easy, there’s little reason not to go with this option. Well, unless your resident squirrels dig up and eat the seeds.

Cucumbers like to vine so you can trellis them to lift the fruit off of the soil, making your garden neat and pretty. If you have an old tomato cage around, you can use it or make your own trellis. Lifting the vines off the ground promotes better airflow around the plant to prevent diseases like powdery mildew and bacterial wilt.

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It can be difficult, maybe even impossible to protect precious vegetables from the wrath of Mother Nature, but here are a. Cucumber beetles have no preference and will ravage all parts of the plant from foliage to flowers to fruit. They are found throughout the growing season (June-September), but are more likely to cause scarring rather than outright cucumber holes.

Additionally, cucumber beetles transmit bacterial wilt in cucumbers. Bacterial wilt overwinters in. These pickles take red onions and make them more mild while still keeping that nice crispy bite.

Add them to your salad or put them on a hamburger or a sandwich. For an extra-good treat, put them. If possible, plant cucumbers in a raised bed or container garden to ensure that soil drains properly. Wait to sow seeds or set out transplants until after all danger of frost has passed and the.

Granny planted her garden after the first of May, and she always grew cucumbers. My granddaddy Hal used the garden tiller to break up the cold clay dirt. She followed behind him with a hoe and patiently broke the clods into smaller, finer dirt.