hit or miss
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Garden is coming along! (pics)

I thought I'd share some pics of the garden up to this point!

[img]https://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e391/hom1/Garden%2010/JuneGardenPics2010001.jpg[/img]
An overview.

[img]https://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e391/hom1/Garden%2010/JuneGardenPics2010004.jpg[/img]
Spinach, Beets and Beans.
[img]https://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e391/hom1/Garden%2010/JuneGardenPics2010008.jpg[/img]
Tomatillos.
[img]https://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e391/hom1/Garden%2010/JuneGardenPics2010003.jpg[/img]
'Maters!

Joyfirst
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Very nice! And you have bunch of space-it can grow later.

Liska
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Oh wow, look at them grow! awesome! :D

DoubleDogFarm
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What, no Taters, where are the Taters, you gotta have taters. :D

Very nice garden, keep it growing.

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lakngulf
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Looking good!!! Your plants look very healthy. I know you will enjoy, the work and the product.
Nutin as good as a kitchen sink mater sammich

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engineeredgarden
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Very nice! I like those texas tomato cages.

EG

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gixxerific
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Looking good, I like the layout. I really like the grasses at the far end to somewhat hide it from the neighbors. You do have a lot of space to grow with, which is always good.

Keep it up

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Lookin' good! Hope they do great!

hit or miss
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We don't eat enough taters to bother growing them. :P The space is nice, what you don't see is the rest of the yard which is bigger and all grass right now. I've got some seriously warped ideas about that, but I'll save that for another post. :twisted:

Thanks for the comments!

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hit or miss wrote:We don't eat enough taters to bother growing them. :P The space is nice, what you don't see is the rest of the yard which is bigger and all grass right now. I've got some seriously warped ideas about that, but I'll save that for another post. :twisted:

Thanks for the comments!
I love warped ideas! nutz:

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