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First year of gardening. Community garden 100 square meter (1076 sq ft) update

 
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First attempt of utilising the 100 square meter the land. Here are some photos you might enjoy.

The hemp is a 100% legal variety here in the Netherlands called USO 31. It is selected for the hemp fiber industry and has less than 0.02% THC rendering it useless to make smokable cannabis out of it.
I just grew it because I think it is a beautiful plant, and it also might be a nice wind break for my bean trellis.
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Looks great!
You seem to have nice soil.

I am starting a new garden this year as well, but I could only start two weeks ago so things are veeery low-scale right now.
 
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Anita Martin wrote:Looks great!
You seem to have nice soil.

I am starting a new garden this year as well, but I could only start two weeks ago so things are veeery low-scale right now.



Thank you, the soil i'm working with is peat which is beautiful to grow plants in it i don't compact the soil. Next year I would like to use Charles Dowding's method making 7x beds of 1.5 by 4 meter.

Here are also some pictures of the harvest of yesterday. Loads of parsley and romaine lettuce.
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It looks so pretty and under-control when compared to mine!
What is the plant pictured between the kale and the oregano?
 
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Skandi Rogers wrote:It looks so pretty and under-control when compared to mine!
What is the plant pictured between the kale and the oregano?



Thanks, I have to say that the only reason I got it under control is because I have a delay in my internship right now due to the corona virus measures but next week I will be able to continue again fortunately. The oregano you mean is probanly common basil, which i have no idea why the leaves are so small. That plant in between is a sweet potato 'Witte van Ecohoeve' white flesh variety. It seems to take cool weather pretty well!
 
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