Some plants are doing OK and some are dying. I’m still not sure why but someone suggested that is might be possible that my soil temperature is too high. I’ve ordered a soil thermometer.
The beans continue to struggle.
The cucumbers are growing, but very slowly.
The spinach is officially dead. It’s probably not a very good candidate for a garden container – probably much better in a raised bed garden.
The tomatoes and pepper continue to grow but now appear to need a support system.
My experiment in container gardening is going very slowly and I’m beginning to get suspicious that I’m not doing something properly as compared to a raised bed garden.
The bush beans appear to be dying.
The cucumbers are thriving.
The tomato plants in the planter boxes are growing too fast and too high.
I continue to have trouble with my deck container gardening. The plants are not performing at the level that they should and I’m not sure why.
The beans in my planter boxes look OK. The climbing beans are in back and the bush beans are in front.
The cucumbers are proceeding nicely. Again, the climbing variety is in back and the bush variety in front. It’s curious to note that both the bush varieties of both the beans and cucumbers are performing poorly.
My tomatoes in the planter boxes are growing too high too fast.
The pepper plants in my container garden are already starting to produce. They didn’t produce this quickly when I had them in a raised bed garden.
Some of the tomato plants are starting to show signs of yellowing despite daily application of fertilizer.