Aorourke
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How does your garden Grow?

From this
[img]https://i544.photobucket.com/albums/hh323/ameorko/Vegetables/DSCF7592.jpg[/img]

to this
[img]https://i544.photobucket.com/albums/hh323/ameorko/Vegetables/DSCF7749.jpg[/img]

and this

[img]https://i544.photobucket.com/albums/hh323/ameorko/Vegetables/DSCF7742.jpg[/img]

Next year I wont be so plant & dig Happy, as there are too many in there, but ill take what I can get this year!
I think I just gave myself a hobby to keep me sane!! Summer nights full of peace and quiet in the back garden! What more do I need!?

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gixxerific
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Next year I wont be so plant & dig Happy
Yeah right, we have all been there before. :lol:

Looking good, a bit dense, but good. That is how I like it. :wink:

Bobberman
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I must be in a trance since I make gardens everywhere! I see a spot and say hey the sun hits there and put the straw and paper through some top soil and a new garden! The proble with paper is you must cover itall upor it will dry out the ground out fast just like a a paper towel sucks up water! I am still planting tomatoes and peppers from some of the ones I grew and never planed. Three beds of lettuce done and new plants going in! I will put another corn crop in this week! My corn is about 2 foot high now!
I enjoy fishing ,gardening and a solar greenhouse! carpet installation repair and sales for over 45 years! I am the inventor of the Bobber With A Brain - Fishing Bobber!

mmmfloorpie
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Here's mine:

[img]https://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm113/drew4allyou/garden/0527111403-00.jpg[/img]

[img]https://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm113/drew4allyou/garden/13jul.jpg[/img]

That's just the start.. Only half way through my season!

Bobberman
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Nice! I would put some peppers next to that back light colored wall. They would grow great with the reflected light!
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Moley
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inch by inch
row by row
gonna make this garden grow

mmmfloorpie
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Bobberman wrote:Nice! I would put some peppers next to that back light colored wall. They would grow great with the reflected light!
Actually, there are peppers back there! I have 4 bell peppers there, you can see 2 of them in that picture but the other 2 are behind the tomatoes... They aren't in that original picture because I like to keep them inside for a couple weeks longer than everything else (temps stay pretty cool here until mid June).

In my brain it's a mini micro climate for the peppers back there lol... The wall reflects the sun and keeps the heat in, plus the tomato plants on the front shield them too!

I've also got 2 jalapenos in there, but I've had problems with animals eating them!
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