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atascosa_tx
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sorry bout that..pics didn't show

my squash harvest,,,
[img]https://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g187/atascosa_tx/MAY032009Squash.jpg[/img]

[img]https://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g187/atascosa_tx/MAY032009onions.jpg[/img]

My onions..woohoo..grew them in an earth box..

[img]https://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g187/atascosa_tx/MAY032009GARDENER.jpg[/img]
And me with my garden..
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vintagejuls
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Location: Southern California / USDA Zone 10

Impressive garden. Thanks for sharing! 8)
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Terrific!

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Sunset Zone 17, USDA Zone 9

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atascosa_tx
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Thanks everyone...so far, the only ripe tomatoes are from my Stupice plant.

[img]https://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g187/atascosa_tx/MAY032009stupice.jpg[/img]

My Jalapenos and Bell peppers are coming along...

Jalapenos
[img]https://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g187/atascosa_tx/MAY032009Jalapeno.jpg[/img]

Orange bell peppers..umm, well green right now.
[img]https://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g187/atascosa_tx/MAY032009RedBell.jpg[/img]

Happy Gardening and Bountiful Harvests
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envy

OOPS!

I mean, "Well done! Beautiful vegetables!" :wink:

They *really* are. Good photos, too, with good framing and color. :) (I ate my first Stupice last year. It will NOT be my last; I have a Stupice plant going, too...)

Cynthia H.
Sunset Zone 17, USDA Zone 9

Timlin
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Location: Zone 3 Canada

So what happens? Do you harvest now and not garden in the summer months?

Your garden and produce look fabulous. Here we are having spent today cleaning beds for the first time this spring. We are 3 weeks from our last frost so my tomatoes that will grow in the garden are about 4" tall at the moment.

I cannot imagine having produce so early in the year.

Super pics! Well displayed and framed for sure.

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