Lilypie - Pregnancy

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Show and Tell: My garden!

It's Show and Tell Time again!!!!! And here's what I've been promising:


Voila! My garden. Tomatoes are front and center, in three rows with all the stakes. At the very left edge of the picture, you can see the pepper plants. Behind them are the cucumbers, then eggplants, then carrots, and in the far corner, the green beans. Those other fences in the background are the edge of my plot. Outside of the frame on the right, are melons, butternut squash, more carrots, some beets, and zucchini.

If you click and enlarge it, you can also see some onions.

Go over and check out what everyone else is showing!

15 comments:

  1. You garden is so nice! I can't wait until one day we have a big enough piece of land that I can garden on!

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  2. Wow...you garden puts mine to shame. I am very impressed. Did you start the seeds indoors or in the ground?

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  3. What a great garden. It reminds me to see if I can get any last minute cherry tomato plants. My strawberry patch is going crazy and my blueberries had sooooo many flowers on them this year that I'm really hopeful to have enough for a pie. Yay for gardens!

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  4. WOW! great job, Mrs. Green Thumb! You're going to have lots of yummy veggies and fruit pretty soon!
    *HUGS*

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  5. Nice job!! Our tomatoes are way behind, but since we're building garden beds this year we won't have much of a crop. Your photo is a great inspiration!

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  6. Wow -- I'm jealous! Your garden kicks my garden's ass.

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  7. I am beyond impressed with anyone who can keep a garden going. Ours fell apart after one summer. Do you find that things like the peppers and tomatoes are ready at the same time or do you end up with enormous amounts of one ingredient and none of another?

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  8. Came here via S&T. What a great looking garden- it's huge! Thanks so much for sharing :)
    ~Miriam

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  9. soooooo envious! My little parsley plant is still doing ok, but that's the extent of my garden.

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  10. ...drooling....awesome....a lot of hard work, and a lot of commitment! And a lot of love!

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  11. LOVE your garden. I just harvested the first strawberries of the season out of mine. It is thrilling to know where the food came from.

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