Garden Update: An Israelite’s Garden

Shalom Israel! MHNCB!, 

Our garden has been flourishing, All Praises to the Most High. Since my last post on Companion planting everything in our garden has literally exploded.

1 Corinthians 3:7 So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase.

Here is a tour of our garden veggies and some herbs;

Garden Update - An Israelite's Garden

These Veggies were planted for the late summer, early fall season.

Our pole beans grew so fast,

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Baby Swiss Chard awwwwww.

Garden Update - An Israelite's Garden

Spinach

Garden Update - An Israelite's Garden

Peppers

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Cucumbers

Garden Update - An Israelite's Garden

Cilantro as you can see it’s already seeding so I’m collecting the seeds for the spring.

 

Basil growing strong and fast.

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Cabbage

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Thyme growing very fast and bushy, smells so good!

Garlic

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Peas

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(By the way the white power you see on the plants is D.E, Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth Powder) Helps get rid of Aphids, Thrips, Ants, Mites, Earwigs, Bedbugs, Adult Flea Beetles, Cockroaches, Snails, and Slugs, Larve, Maggots, and many more unwanted bugs. The diatomaceous earth will not harm the worms or any of the beneficial microorganisms in the soil. D.E may also be used as a soil amendment to enhance nutrient retention and moisture retention in soil. Safety when using or applying D.E . Do Not Breath It In. While it does not have harmful vapors or odors, it is ultra fine powder so if you do breath it in the particles can lodge themselves in the mucous membranes of your nose and mouth. Yet once applied to the area it will not pose a problem to you or your children or pets. It’s 100% Natural taken from fossilized remains of diatoms, a type of hard-shelled algae. Make sure you use Food Grade D.E. 


Shalom MHNCB!

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