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24 minutes ago, rgw said:

Well the rain screwed me this year. Only 4 pea plants came up out of 50 or more put in. Picked my first few today. Should of been picking a basket full.

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My peas were doing great until last Monday. My wife left the gate open, and something got in, I think geese,  and destroyed every single pea plan I had. .
 

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8 hours ago, Lunatic said:

My peas were doing great until last Monday. My wife left the gate open, and something got in, I think geese,  and destroyed every single pea plan I had. .
 

I had a ground hog do that.  :rant:

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I'm a bit behind too, but did start picking zucchini a few days ago. 

Herbs all look good, I keep them close to the house for easy cooking access. Oregano, Basil, Parsley Thyme, Sage, Mint, Rosemary and Mexican Oregano.

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The garden is looking good, things are starting to move now.  I have 2 types of kale, Lacinato and Premier.  Behind them, a late planting of zucchini, yellow squash and butternut and acorn squash. Pumpkins to go in later.

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Bell, cubanelle, jalapeno, and pablano peppers, Italian, Japanese and classic eggplant, cucumbers, and zucchini at the end of the row.

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Zucchini and yellow squash hills, then 24 pickle plants (I jar A LOT of pickles), then some red cherry, orange cherry, grape, Ramapo, Roma and Heirloom tomatoes.

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String beans and yellow wax beans. They didn't come up too well, but I did a late planting of the same thing today right next to this row, so I should do okay with beans.

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I put in a new strawberry patch. They are starting to sprout runners. After I get the runners planted though the plastic they will hold it down, and I can get rid of the wood. Blueberry bushes look good too. Last year I didn't get many berries but they are doing better this year. A few bushes died and I had to transplant new ones, but they have berries too. 

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Behind the fence on the left side, I have a few peach trees, and on the other side, behind the blueberry row, there are apple trees. They are a year or two away from producing fruit but there are Honey Crisp, Red Rome, Granny Smith and Fugi apples, white and classic peaches. 

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1 minute ago, Bonefreak said:

When I'm not planting clover on tops of hay bales....

I try my hand at vegetables!

Garden is just starting to settle in. 

Berries are boomin' tho!!!

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Those strawberries look great.

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1 hour ago, DV1 said:

The garden is looking good, things are starting to move now.  I have 2 types of kale, Lacinato and Premier.  Behind them, a late planting of zucchini, yellow squash and butternut and acorn squash. Pumpkins to go in later.

DSC01540.thumb.JPG.8c220f6fd058dc155f1286add2163b49.JPG

Bell, cubanelle, jalapeno, and pablano peppers, Italian, Japanese and classic eggplant, cucumbers, and zucchini at the end of the row.

DSC01541.thumb.JPG.107cc26fa64e62c32911f6bb1e23a3c2.JPG

Zucchini and yellow squash hills, then 24 pickle plants (I jar A LOT of pickles), then some red cherry, orange cherry, grape, Ramapo, Roma and Heirloom tomatoes.

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String beans and yellow wax beans. They didn't come up too well, but I did a late planting of the same thing today right next to this row, so I should do okay with beans.

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I put in a new strawberry patch. They are starting to sprout runners. After I get the runners planted though the plastic they will hold it down, and I can get rid of the wood. Blueberry bushes look good too. Last year I didn't get many berries but they are doing better this year. A few bushes died and I had to transplant new ones, but they have berries too. 

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Behind the fence on the left side, I have a few peach trees, and on the other side, behind the blueberry row, there are apple trees. They are a year or two away from producing fruit but there are Honey Crisp, Red Rome, Granny Smith and Fugi apples, white and classic peaches. 

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Thats not a garden, that's a farm:up:

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