Garden Fresh Zucchini Bread
Recipe to post separately.
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Yum!!! Question since I’m new to gardening. How did you get yours to grow so fast? I planted mine early April and the only thing I’ve been able to harvest is my green beans. I have a tomato plant and zucchini plant but no veggies yet. I have nothing showing for my carrots, spinach, and onions. Any tips?
We planted in mid to late March. We added a few bags of Moo-nure (manure) to the soil. We added fertilizer to the soil. Once the plants began to grow, we’ve watered on a set schedule and added fertilizer every two weeks. I use a locally made fertilizer I bought at North Haven Garden center in Dallas.
Mmmm, zucchini bread! I love it. Especially with a good layer of (dairy-free) cream cheese on top. Soon!
Wow, looking good. The garden and what you’re making with your haul.
Love the garden and I’m a big fan of zucchini bread.
Nice “from garden to table” post!