Monday, January 19, 2015

Stall in Hydroponics

The move we recently made to Tulsa has somewhat stalled my winter hydroponic plans. During the summer I dreamed of having delicious tomatoes all winter long. I worked really hard to get my solutions right in preparation for my winter tomatoes. The result: no winter tomatoes! My hydroponic equipment is still packed away somewhere buried in a mountain of boxes in the garage!
This summer we are planning an outdoor soil garden and an outdoor hydroponic garden. My new home, as much as I love it, does not have a sun room like my Georgia house had, which made gardening inside very convenient!
I may need to change this blog tab to just "gardening".
Hope everyone is surviving this winter. It was so cold here in Oklahoma only a few weeks ago. We're currently in a warming trend but I'm sure the cold days of February will be here soon enough.
Happy Living! Happy Gardening


  1. Sounds like you will have plenty of areas to experiment with gardening in the comes years. New climate and soil should bring some interesting experiences. It will be a fun and delicious opportunity ahead ...and sow good! I will look forward to your gardening adventure updates. :)

  2. Hi, I love gardening. I live in Australia. Fortunately we live in an area where we can garden all year. I don't grow tomatoes all year because it needs to be a little warmer. I do grow flowers and it is wonderful. I try to grow different flowers so I have blooms all year.