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Beginnings of the 2013 garden

Discussion in 'Show Off Your Garden' started by Tammy, Jun 3, 2013.

  1. Tammy

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    I took a few pics when I was out in the garden this weekend.

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    the raspberries:
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    a few blueberries:
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    beans are starting to poke up:
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  2. Tammy

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    kale:
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    lettuce (just about done now):
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    basil with sweet peas in the back by the trellising: I added a couple purple basil starts yesterday also that aren't in the photo.

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    ohhhh so very nice..
     
  5. Tammy

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    took a few more pics tonight of the two garden boxes that have the majority of food. I have a third one also that is not pictured that currently is about 1/2 full with beets, carrots and some cosmos.

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    lots of little cucs hanging on the vines:

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    and my apple tree is loaded this year!

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  6. Tammy

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    here's a close up of the Echinacea I have:

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  7. Shannon

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    Wow! look at that apple tree. I want fruit trees that give like that. Everything looks so pretty and healthy!
     
  8. zeeshan12

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    Thanks for the nice blog. keep sharing such ideas in the future as well. Sometime we ignore this sort of things and also suffer a lot as well .Thanks you for the tips.
     
  9. Tammy

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    thanks for bumping up this thread, zeeshan (and welcome!) It was fun to see pics of my garden last spring. Now we are in cold/rainy/winter time, so everything is turned over and the compost is brewing for the spring. I did plant garlic though and they are up about an inch or so.
     

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