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hendi_alex
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Location: Central Sand Hills South Carolina

Guided tour of my vegetable garden, welcome!

Have been weeding and pulling up some spent plants, so is a bit messy, but was in a mood to play with my camera, so please pardon the mess. Listen to the birds in the background. I just love it out here in rural S.C. Some of the bed areas have been reseeded and others are ready for a succession planting. The raised beds look very bare now, but were lush with salad greens, garlic, and other crops a couple of weeks ago. Would love others to share images of your planting areas, especially those with some unusual or unique feature!

Enter my garden:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/15582147@N04/3592428291/
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green~acres
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Location: Kershaw,S.C.

Thanks for the tour.Your eggplant is huge. I hope mine get that big. Are they producing?The corn is tasseling good. Ours has just started tasseling.It usually is ready by July 4th. I like the idea of putting flowrs in each bed. I am going to put some flowers in my garden next year.
Julie

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hendi_alex
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We have a few small egg plant but have harvested none yet, looks like about another four or five days before picking the first fruit.



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