FreyOrganics
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Pics of our first garden... How are we doing?

My wife and I started our first Garden this year and so far its going better than we expected :o !! The plot is 10ft.x22ft. Everything was started from tiny plants. Next year we plan on starting from seed.

The view
[img]https://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r156/alf00amf/HPIM1422.jpg[/img]
[img]https://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r156/alf00amf/HPIM1421.jpg[/img]

Slice Master Cucumber
[img]https://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r156/alf00amf/HPIM1423.jpg[/img]

Grape Tomato
[img]https://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r156/alf00amf/HPIM1424.jpg[/img]

Onion
[img]https://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r156/alf00amf/HPIM1425.jpg[/img]

Zuchinni
[img]https://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r156/alf00amf/HPIM1426.jpg[/img]

Red Bell
[img]https://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r156/alf00amf/HPIM1427.jpg[/img]

Brocolli
[img]https://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r156/alf00amf/HPIM1428.jpg[/img]

Just one question? Can anyone tell us what type of onions these are??
Feel free to post pictures of your garden as well!!![/img]

eshenry
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Your plants look great! You may find that you didn't allow enough room, especially for the cucumbers. You can find out what kind of onions when you pull them :lol: Are you going to eat them as green onions?
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green~acres
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Healthy looking plants.Congrats on your first garden. There is always something new to learn about gardening.I feel like a proud parent when mine start producing vegetables.And my grape tomatoes are right at 6 feet tall now.So watch yours grow.It is exciting.and rewarding.

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jal_ut
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Looking good. Glad you decided to have a garden. Good Luck.
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perennialgardener
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Looks like you are going to have lots of zucchini soon! Nice garden and healthy looking plants, you're doing great! :D

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