Back Veggie Garden Update

on Tuesday, July, 06 2010 @ 01:29:13 pm (114 words)
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The Back Veggie Garden
Back Veggie Garden in July

The first photo shows the back veggie garden when I prepared it for planting in the spring. Compare that shot with the second photo showing the garden with all the vegetables growing. It took a while with the crazy spring weather we had for the garden to start growing, but it is now looking great and producing fresh vegetables for the table. There are yellow squash, courgettes (zucchini), green peppers, red peppers, banana peppers, jalapeņos, cayenne, roma tomatoes, big boy tomatoes, pear tomatoes, okra, egg plant, butternut squash, cantaloupes, cucumbers, watermelons,and beets. Down in the little valley are green beans, white potatoes, and pie pumpkins.


Comment from: Ron [Visitor]
RonIt looks really great. By now you must be getting quite a few tomatoes. (I think I transplanted all mine too late.)
07/25/10 @ 23:36
Comment from: kimberly [Member]  
KimmyMy squash vines died, a result of this high heat and powdery mildew.
07/25/10 @ 23:41

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