Tigergarden
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Garden Progress

I went by my old house today after returning from vacation to check on the plants there as the new owner hasn't yet moved in. Some pics...

Cantaloupe
[img]https://i891.photobucket.com/albums/ac115/townskm/cantaloupe.jpg[/img]


Watermelons
[img]https://i891.photobucket.com/albums/ac115/townskm/longwatermelon.jpg[/img]
[img]https://i891.photobucket.com/albums/ac115/townskm/longwatermelon2.jpg[/img]
[img]https://i891.photobucket.com/albums/ac115/townskm/roundwatermelon.jpg[/img]

I am super pumped so far but I don't want to get too excited in case something goes wrong.

valley
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Re: Garden Progress

Nice looking melons, I like the one in the last picture. What kind is it?

Richard

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Re: Garden Progress

valley wrote:Nice looking melons, I like the one in the last picture. What kind is it?

Richard
My guess is you're not going to get an answer...the thread you replied to is over 3 years old and I don't recognize the username as someone who posts these days. It's funny how old threads are getting brought back to life in this new format...

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Re: Garden Progress

JayPoc wrote:
valley wrote:Nice looking melons, I like the one in the last picture. What kind is it?

Richard
My guess is you're not going to get an answer...the thread you replied to is over 3 years old and I don't recognize the username as someone who posts these days. It's funny how old threads are getting brought back to life in this new format...
Well, those melons should be ripe by now!
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