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    Garden 2018 (better late than never)

    So....with alot going on this spring, I have fallen behind in the garden. I needed to rebuild a few beds, but ended up just patching them for another season. I still have one bed left full of winter wheat. With the temps climbing into the 90's here, I will wait for a fall planting of alot of my cool season veggies. I have my tomatoes and peppers in the garden and extras are tucked in around the house. Planted my peas really late but thought it was worth a try, and just barely have some leaf lettuce big enough for the salad bowl( I planted lettuce and radishes in-between my peppers). My watermelon and zucchini plants just germinated and my corn/pole bean and squash planting is starting to take off the last few days.
    Just thought I would get a garden post going 😀, feel free to share your progress and pictures.
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    My only harvest so far has been radish thinning from my pepper patch and munching on Alpine strawberries daily..Garden 2018 (better late than never)-img_20180602_081840_685-jpgGarden 2018 (better late than never)-img_20180602_082144_988-jpgGarden 2018 (better late than never)-img_20180602_082144_989-jpg

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    You always have a great garden man. This one is no exception. Growing season will still be good to us procrastinators for a while longer. I got nothing at the moment I'm ashamed to say!
    Last edited by Tdog; 06-04-2018 at 08:50 PM.
    Terry (a.k.a. Dances With Dachshunds)

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    Looking good we always have something growing year round my wife is always planting and harvesting . My wife tries to grow organic so were slowing changing out our raised beds to get rid of all the galvanized wire and hardware . We started using grow bags and they work great . I still set the bags on weed block and hardware cloth for my ongoing war against fat prolific gophers . In my raised beds all the roots grew through the gopher wire .
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    I really like the smaller containerized plantings.

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    Everything looks great Dennis...and those bags look big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrewerMo View Post
    Everything looks great Dennis...and those bags look big.
    Thanks those hold a yard of soil we have some that are two yards they drain excellent and a great oxygen exchange .

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    A couple small varieties...
    Bronze Orange corn... It is only supposed to grow three and a half feet tall and up to five ears per stalk.
    Waratah tomato.. I have a few of these open pollinated dwarf varieties but this is my first year growing this one.
    These are great options for container tomatoes.
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