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Amethyst's Garden Update... the crazy sproinging up edition!

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Amethyst's Garden Update... the crazy sproinging up edition!

Post  Amethyst42 on 6/25/2013, 11:43 pm

Things went SPROING! in the last couple of weeks. I've mostly recovered from the hailstorm, only my poor eggplant (always the eggplant!) isn't doing too well. We have another severe thunderstorm warning this evening, including hail :roll:so I took some pics before to remember in case it's awful again.

Tomatoes 1 & 2

Tomatoes 3 & 4

Raspberries getting ready to fruit!

My 1 kale plant.

My PotaDos! (Portal fans unite!)

Cherry tomato went mad! I'll definitely have it further back next year.

Spinach, cauliflower, and broccoli. The spinach is almost spent, I'll plant more in a bit.

This is my first year growing Russian Sugar snap peas (I got them from a local heirloom seed company). They grow CRAZY tall! They're just starting to flower, I'm excited.

Beans are vining up the trellises now. Yay!


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Re: Amethyst's Garden Update... the crazy sproinging up edition!

Post  GWN on 6/26/2013, 12:03 am

wow, cheers things certainly are sproinging.... I hope that the latest thunderstorms I read about today don't hit you.
Those peas look great
definately keep planting spinach. You are going to love it in the fall.


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