Hi!Hey everybody! I’m here to meet like minded people and create new relationships. Trading ideas and learning from eachother! Indiana zone 5b look forward to hearing from you
if you planted winter wheat then it grows as it gets a chance this fall/winter and spring and will put on heads next early summer. harvest when the wheat is ready. i don't know how to say it, but basically when it looks dry enough and you notice the chipmunks and birds starting to go after it. at least that is how i did it the one year i grew winter wheat and winter rye. i got some entertainment out of watching the chipmunks jumping up to pull the wheat heads down to harvest them.Awesome! I’m only in my third year gardening but I’m hooked lol this year I grew brocolli several different varieties of lettuce and several different peppers and corn and green beans and peas and carrots and potatoes and watermelon and cucumber and tomatoes. Currently have some wheat although this is my first time trying that do not sure how that will turn out
I live in Champaign County, IL and that Same Line goes right through My property, too. Just a hint, buy perennials for Zone 4 or even Zone 3. I have had some perennials that bit the dust after a cold winter, here, like one of my Rose of Sharon.Hi!
I am also in Indiana zone 5b. This prompted me to look it up on a state map, and it turns out the line between 5b and 6a goes right through my town. So I had to look it up on a county map and I found that the line is halfway between my house and the center of town. That explains how come every spring the trees and flowers are blooming in town way before mine at home do. I always figured I must live in a cold pocket. I am in Hamilton County, by the way.