Walls O Water and Broccoli

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7 Responses

  1. Bruce says:

    I had the same problem with my broccoli this year as well, I too purchased transplants…can you be more specific about the “Window” timeframe? Thank you,

  2. Very cool walls of water! I’ve never seen anything like it.

  3. emilee says:

    Checked on my broccoli this morning and I have little heads starting to form…don’t give up!

  4. Emily says:

    I fertilize again with Blooming and Rooting, and continue to harvest until it gets too hot and the peas wither and die.

  5. Christy says:

    Once you harvest your peas will they reflower and have more peas? Or do you cut them back? I am growing them for the first time this year and I am not sure what to do after I get peas.

    Thanks in advance 🙂

  6. emilee says:

    Mine are the same way this year. I planted mine as soon as I got them from the nursery. I seem to remember the same thing happened to me last year but in the end they finally started to produce. I ended up with 6 or 7 very large and beautiful heads…I’m holding out…hopefully they will give me something this year…

  7. Caroline Baines says:

    Don’t totally give up on the broccoli – at least transplant it into a 5 gallon bucket or something, it may still produce!

    I’d strip the fried branches off the cherry, give it some good fertilizer and it’ll come back. This is my first year experimenting with a bunch of different varieties of tomatoes, and I’ve actually killed a few (doesn’t happen often) but cherries are hardy little things. My Tommie Toe is 9′ tall – it went up the 6′ trellis and is working it’s way down to the ground on the other side.