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Post  Josh 10/9/2011, 8:23 pm

Picked these things in the SFGs today, there will be a lot more if the weather holds out.
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Tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, peppers, radishes, onions, Brussels sprouts, malabar spinach and lots of herbs. Oh.... and one of those world record size leeks... Laughing
They were suppose to get as big as a man's arm....
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Post  camprn 10/9/2011, 8:28 pm

Fabulous leeks! when did you transplant those Josh?

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Post  sherryeo 10/9/2011, 9:31 pm

Gorgeous harvest, Josh! I hope my gardening skills eventually improve enough so that I can have harvests even close to that nice!

I didn't know you could be having tomatoes and peppers still in Illinois at the same time as you can harvest cabbage! Were the tomatoes and peppers grown outside or in a greenhouse? Shocked
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Post  Josh 10/9/2011, 9:39 pm

The tomatoes and peppers are plants from early spring I planted that are still growing and producing, but the cabbage plants I ordered and they came late spring and they didn't grow at all until about a month ago and the temp started to cool off a bit and they started to grow.
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Post  Josh 10/9/2011, 9:46 pm

camprn wrote:Fabulous leeks! when did you transplant those Josh?
I checked to see in my older post as when I got my plants, and it was back in the first part of May that I planted the leeks. I've never grown leeks before, I have more of them and one is a lot bigger, so is that a good size for them?

sherryeo wrote:Gorgeous harvest, Josh! I hope my gardening skills
eventually improve enough so that I can have harvests even close to that
nice!

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still in Illinois at the same time as you can harvest cabbage! Were the
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The tomatoes and peppers were just grown outside in the SFGs.
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Post  camprn 10/9/2011, 10:15 pm

Josh wrote:
camprn wrote:Fabulous leeks! when did you transplant those Josh?
I checked to see in my older post as when I got my plants, and it was back in the first part of May that I planted the leeks. I've never grown leeks before, I have more of them and one is a lot bigger, so is that a good size for them?
Yes, it looks good, the edible part is long as your arm, very good! This is a first year for growing leeks for me as well, mine are still 1/2 that diameter, but they went in later than yours. I still have a few more weeks to let them grow. Leeks are yummy and easier to grow than I thought! Very Happy

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