Wild Gourd Farm

Organic Gardening in St. Louis City

Workin’ For Peanuts: Transplanting

We transplanted our peanut starts in our community garden plot over the weekend.

The peanuts are interspersed between the longtime residents of our plot. To the right is a clump of beets that were sown last fall. The previous gardener of our plot left the onion chives that live in the corner to the left, as well as the feverfew in the middle toward the back of the photo, and we planted the sage in the far left.

It’s hard to see the little peanuts between everything, but we’ll keep updating with photos as they grow!


3 responses to “Workin’ For Peanuts: Transplanting

  1. Sharon April 3, 2012 at 8:52 pm

    So cool you’re growing peanuts! They were one of my casualties in pruning the seed purchase list this winter…but I hope to try them next year! Can’t wait to see how yours develop.

    • Becca April 4, 2012 at 10:03 am

      We’d been thinking about growing them, so we couldn’t resist when we saw nice raw peanuts at the farmers’ market. We’ll keep you updated on their growth!

  2. Pingback: Feverfew | Landscaping - Gardening

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