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As pioneer men and women cultivating your own lawns and gardens to grow your own fruits and vegetables, we offer recipes to help you bring your harvest from your garden…to your kitchen…to your dinner table.
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FRUIT & VEGETABLE LIST
Spring isn’t over and May is still a great month to start a new garden or raised bed. It’s not too late to plant all of the fruits and vegetables that we listed for April: cantaloupe, honey dew melon, watermelon, bell peppers, corn, cucumbers, green beans, hot peppers, lima beans, squash, tomatoes, and zucchini. And for May you can now plant the following vegetables: crowder peas, eggplant, field peas, okra, peanuts, and popcorn. For all of these items, we recommend using Daddy Pete’s Perennial Pleaser or Daddy Pete’s Potting Mix. If you are amending your existing garden, you can use Daddy Pete’s Cow Manure, Daddy Pete’s Kickin’ Chickin, or Daddy Pete’s Mushroom Compost. And as with any other month, it is always a great time to apply Daddy Pete’s Barnyard Fertilizer on your lawn or garden for a natural way to fertilize. Our Barnyard Fertilizer works well for top-dressing your flowers or vegetables; and you can use a broadcast spreader to fertilize your lawn or garden for spring growth. It is a slow release, pelleted fertilizer that will not burn your lawn, can be applied any time of the year, and is safe for children and pets. As a reminder, don’t forget your furry friends all through the spring months. Daddy Pete’s Roasted Sawdust is an excellent, dry bedding for dogs, horses, goats, and other livestock animals.
Okra Planting Tip: If you soak your okra seeds in warm water the night before you plant them, more seeds tend to germinate.