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Mid-West Garden is liking the Cool Weather

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We have had some great growing weather in Northern Indiana this week. Hard frost on Monday. 80 degrees on Wednesday. The cold weather veggies love it. Here are some early garden pics.

The lettuce and spinich are almost ready and the snap peas are coming along.

We will see the peppers and tomatoes in August icon_sad.gif

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Nice blues man. Great looking garden
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That is about one of the nicest, well-kept and organized gardens I have ever seen~ wow. Beautiful layout and your plants look great! I'm impressed. Points to you, sir- and thanks for sharing your pics.
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Well done.The cool, wet weather has allowed me to pick leafy veggies and peas alot longer this year.
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Yeah Man! Ya got a nice garden!
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We have had a good growing season here in NC. Lots of rain and everything is jumping. Tobacco and Corn look wonderful.

This is my first ever small garden and it looks good also. I am getting Squash, Cukes and I should be getting tomatos in about a week or so.

I have put six tomato plants in five gal. buckets to see how they would do and I am amazed. They look better than the plant in the ground.

Thanks for lookig
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Looking good smokin-tarheel. cuccumber plants are 3 inches tall here.I will post some pics soon...I have 4 massive cabbage from rain and cool up here.
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