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At five weeks!

Post  The Cat's Other Mother on 6/2/2010, 12:34 pm

Boy howdy, it is just amazing how fast my garden is growing. Took this pic yesterday, about five weeks after planting. The tomatoes, eggplant and gourds were transplants, but they weren't more than six or eight inches high when I put them in, and the corn, beans, cukes and peas are from seed.



as compared to how it looked at 2 weeks after planting:


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Post  Paintedlady on 6/2/2010, 12:50 pm

Looking good! Don't ya just love it when your "babies" grow up?
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Post  timwardell on 6/2/2010, 2:50 pm

Congratulations on your success.
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Post  The Cat's Other Mother on 6/2/2010, 5:00 pm

Well, I am hesitant to declare success till I get to harvest stuff, but I am delighted with the progress. There's a 2" eggplant started, and those tomatoes are going to get fried green because the wait is killing me.

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Post  Theresa on 6/2/2010, 5:03 pm

Very nice Cat! It is amazing how fast it all grows in just a couple of weeks! That big green tomato will be red before you know it!

We must have posted at the same time....guess you won't be waiting for that big green tomato to turn red...

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Post  Ole Joe Clark on 6/2/2010, 6:24 pm

We grabbed a couple of onions, some Thai and some jalapeno peppers and one little beet to go with supper, (dinner for everybody else), and I can report from first hand experience that the thai pepper is HOT!!!

Have some tiny green beans, the squash and the cukes are blooming, and the tomatoes are going crazy. We may have some fried green tomatoes later, but not until we have feasted on some ripe ones. They are about baseball size now.

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Post  Ole Joe Clark on 6/2/2010, 6:28 pm

We grabbed a couple of onions, some Thai and some jalapeno peppers and one little beet to go with supper, (dinner for everybody else), and I can report from first hand experience that the thai pepper is HOT!!!

Have some tiny green beans, the squash and the cukes are blooming, and the tomatoes are going crazy. We may have some fried green tomatoes later, but not until we have feasted on some ripe ones. They are about baseball size now.

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