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I put a post on my garden blog that has some pictures of our garden. It's at http://www.ungardener.blogspot.com
wow - you've got quite the set-up! The Irises are gorgeous too....so pretty!
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Thank you We're adding a little more every year. Who knows where it'll stop! I'm hoping to add some aesthetic elements, since right now it's all about function.
Very nice miinva! Your SFGs are doing great! That's how we do it, just add a little more each year, you just can't help but love it! Keep the pictures coming!
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Everything looks great!!
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Looks fantastic, miinva! Your plants are way ahead of mine. I got all excited this evening when I found my first bean sprout.
We got our tomato plants from a couple of people who have greenhouses, and my beans have gotten burned by cold nights a couple of times, as well as my squash, so your garden will probably be producing before mine Good thing we have nice long summers! (I never thought I'd say that, I'm from Michigan and prefer the cold weather up there, but now I have a reason to appreciate the blistering summers!)
Dunno, your plants are MUCH bigger than mine, 'twill be interesting to see. I have a couple of tomato plants from my in-laws, I am trying to figure out where to put them, as I had only planned for two plants to start with. Tomatoes don't share well with Nasturtiums, do they?
I have three extra tomato plants in great big pots on my deck If my husband can be coerced into building more beds they may be relocated, but if not, we'll see if they grow in pots. I know they need really big pots to succeed, from what I've read online.
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