JayPoc
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Phone Dump! Drop in your 2 favorite garden photos here

Rules - Insert the two best garden/produce pictures in your cell phone RIGHT NOW. If you don't use a cell phone, a camera is permissible, but the pictures have to be currently on the camera's internal memory.

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JayPoc
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Re: Phone Dump! Drop in your 2 favorite garden photos here

Hmm....I thought this would be fun. Maybe I can kick it off with my two...

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My cabbage patch from last November. Collards, kale, turnips, and lettuces to the top and right of the picture. The deer had already gotten a hold of the lettuce pretty good, but they left the other stuff alone.


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A collection of peppers from late last season. These are all from just one picking of two bell pepper plants, two banana pepper plants, and one jalapeno. Over the season, I probably picked at least 3 times that many peppers total. I've never had such luck with bell peppers. The wife put up a bunch of jars of pepper jelly. I wish I liked the stuff more...

amylong
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Re: Phone Dump! Drop in your 2 favorite garden photos here

Wow, that looks very plentiful. Hopefully, I will be able to get something this year.
this one is my happiest tomato plant.
https://imgur.com/VwDqgX4
this is my pepper
https://imgur.com/EfaeBqt
I hope the warm weather will allow it to pick up soon..this pepper is about a month old :oops:

JayPoc
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Re: Phone Dump! Drop in your 2 favorite garden photos here

amylong wrote:Wow, that looks very plentiful. Hopefully, I will be able to get something this year.
this one is my happiest tomato plant.
https://imgur.com/VwDqgX4
this is my pepper
https://imgur.com/EfaeBqt
I hope the warm weather will allow it to pick up soon..this pepper is about a month old :oops:
They look great...once the weather gets consistently good and you get them in the ground, they'll take off....

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