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2011 It's a start.

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Here is my garden so far this year.2011-05-13 13.36.11.jpg2011-05-13 13.36.35.jpg

potatos started the above inside 2 months ago basil and arageno sprots in bottom of pot from last year seeds

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basil and chives

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cayenne and variegated oregano  my wife won't leave it alone she loves it.2011-05-13 13.38.36.jpg

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The pot on the left all hot peppers serrano chilis ,cayenne,banana.Middle pot sweet banana and a Ivy i need to repot.Upper right cayenne.Yes i know my decks a mess.I use miracle grow soil mixed with pond soil i dug out my fish ponds to get back to the liners.They fill up with sediment and  fish poop .

post #2 of 10

Looks like you're pretty well ready!

 

 

Bear

post #3 of 10

Looking good!!!

 

  Craig

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Thanks bear still need T-maters and jalapenos.O yea i forgot i have 2 red onions too.

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We've been dining on fresh lettuce, cukes, maters, sugar snap peas and onions. Also have just started picking Hot and Sweet Banana Peppers. The Lettuce and Sugar Snap peas are pretty much nearing there ends though. We're getting hot here, way to fast.

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Thanks Craig anyone know when to dig potatos mine are fixen to flower started them inside 2 months ago back when it was in 40s at night.They are over 2 1/2 feet tall.

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Cute dogs flash i had a pick-a-poo .I have been getting sweet peppers for 3 weeks now.Both nanar and bell.

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Cute dogs flash i had a pick-a-poo .I have been getting sweet peppers for 3 weeks now.Both nanar and bell.



Those pups are a Shih Tzu-Mini Poodle mix. Both Sisters and rescued from our local Humane Society. I do have some red potatoes growing in a 55 gallon drum. Not sure if I am going to get anything. Got some good greens, but no flowers as of yet. Pretty much at the top of the drum now. 1st time I have every tried this.

post #9 of 10

Looks like a great start. Our season is ending fast. Still have a few tomato's to pick, some jalapeno's. and a couple of onions. We have a bunch of garlic planted & it's not ready yet. I hope the heat doesn't kill it.

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Al i don't know how the season is ending hell it's still spring .Are you talking about root crops.What type of onion do you grow and is your garden on here.How hot is it ?It's 57.7f here at 7:15 pm .I 'll be sleeping with the windows open tonight.nana2.gifDo the happy dance . 

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