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Darceyoh
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Location: Olympic Peninsula, WA

This Is My Garden

My Chard
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/chard1.jpg[/img]

Onions in the container, strawberries on the right
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/onions.jpg[/img]

Romaine, left. Collards, right
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/romaine.jpg[/img]

Broccoli, top left and bottom right. And peppers, top right. I don't know how well they'll do but I'm taking a chance.
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/broccoli.jpg[/img]

Spinach
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/spinach.jpg[/img]

Tomatos, sunflowers, parsley
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/tomato.jpg[/img]


On the otherside of the yard...

Iris
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/lillies.jpg[/img]

Petunia
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/peabucket.jpg[/img]

Moss roses, with a small spinach (I think) sprout in between.
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/portulaca.jpg[/img]

my container full of flowers...
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/flowerpot.jpg[/img]

And finally, Hebe bushes
[img]https://i838.photobucket.com/albums/zz303/darceyoh_54/Garden/garden-1.jpg[/img]
~Me~

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applestar
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Location: Zone 6, NJ (3/M)4/E ~ 10/M

Oh, oh! I see the "pea"tunias! :lol:
Looking good. Some things may outgrow their locations but that's just part of it.
Have fun in your garden! :D

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Darceyoh
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Location: Olympic Peninsula, WA

The iris is a Bearded Iris- Bountiful Harvest. My dad planted them there many moons ago. First year we had a small handful, next year we had well over fifty blooms in the small area. But we've put in a few things since then, and now it's quite crowded and we only end up with a few blooms.

This year, once all the plants in that area "fall asleep" for the season, I'm cleaning it up, taking some iris bulbs out to put somewhere else. Generally make that area more appealing. And add in a few more tulips and daffodils (they're in there too... have already bloomed and withered away.)
~Me~

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