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Gardenrific Picture Post June 29, 2008

Filed under: Garden,Photography — stoatmax @ 2:42 am
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Well, my garden is coming along well, it’s really changed! The peas are at the top of their trellis, the 5 tomatoes have filled their square cage.. It’s almost overwhelming.

Here are the peas, they’re producing, and heavily.

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Here are the peas themselves.. I don’t think we have the patience to let them plump up!

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To the left, we have.. CUKES!

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This and one other are ready to pick.

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And over in the cage, the green zebra is producing quite nicely.

What do we have here? A tomato.. With a dewclaw?

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On the porch we have a few happenings as well.

FINALLY, my yellow wonder alpine strawberry germinated.

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Down on the other end of the peas…

The watermelon is going crazy. We have a few already starting to develop.

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Our bush beans are doing amazingly, as opposed to the nursery beans.

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And to the right, our straightneck squash are looking great.

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Corn flowers!

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On the other side of the garden, many things are changing.

Our bell pepper is growing pretty well

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Our serrano is making babies..

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One of our tomatoes here.

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Pole beans are kicking butt.

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Our yellow sunflowers are doing well.

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Bok choi is not bolting        YET

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Well, that’s about it for today. As you can see, everything’s changing really quickly.

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2 Responses to “Gardenrific Picture Post”

  1. red Says:

    That bok choi looks like it has tons of humus. They look so happy!

    Sorry I haven’t been around. My internet provider is being dumb.

  2. stoatmax Says:

    It’s alright.
    And yeah, the bok choi is doing great. I’m really suprised.


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