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Re: My patio garden

Post  bbroomm on 2/4/2015, 11:13 pm

Thanks for that Kelejan!
Sanderson, ahhh jealous of all the space!  One day.....one day!
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Post  bbroomm on 4/30/2015, 12:25 am

Started tearing down my patio garden.  Wanted to show what's left of it right now.  Will be ending the rest of it in the next couple of days.  
It has come time for us to move  Sad  We didn't buy a house as originally planned.  we are instead moving out of state.  








with some of the pots that got emptied


this is my everglades tomato  Shocked


best looking pepper i've ever grown!  and it has baby peppers on it!  Sad


one watermelon plant


my 2 blueberries...i ended up buying one from home depot


my gardenia.  never bloomed  Sad


i spread the seeds all around if I remember correctly.  Interesting they only germinated in the center.

But most of this is going bye bye soon too.  I'm going to try to move the Everglades, Serrano, Gardenia and maybe the  blueberries.  I bought the variety that was specifically for the south tho.  And I'm pretty much moving 3 zones north  Shocked Sad Evil or Very Mad
was just thinking i was getting the hang of this.  decided i didn't need to start anything indoors, just start it all outside like a normal floridian.  everything was happy with not being hardened off...it seemed.  But new adventures in new places i guess.  Mad
It snows where I'm going!! Sad 
Any tips on moving the plants would be great.  I've looked it up a bit, but expert opinions are always welcome.
Thanks guys
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Post  sanderson on 4/30/2015, 3:03 pm

Where are you moving? The nice thing about this Forum is that someone grows in your general area and Region.

Many years ago I had to move, and I took all 50 indoor and outdoor potted plants!

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