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Old 06-03-2007, 03:39 PM
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Well...here are pics of my garden this year....

the last two pics are actually pepper and tomato plants that are coming up from seeds dropped from stuff i didnt get picked last year...amazing, my gardens weeds are actually vegitable plants!!








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Lookin' good!!
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Looks Better than mine. Did not get mine in in time this year and it is to hot to start now...
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Looks Better than mine. Did not get mine in in time this year and it is to hot to start now...
im lucky...i live in the "salad bowl" of the country....about 65% of the countries veggies are grown within a 50 mile radius of me....anything will grow here as long as it doesnt need a ton of heat...
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Looking pretty good Marc...

Seems kinda late for the size of those plants though... even around here, most of the garden plants are a good deal bigger.
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We don't get frost or snow, so we can grow late, usually until November.

At least I can, I'm pretty sure you can too Marc?
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Good lookin garden Marc
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Looks good so far! Watch out for dem gophers!








Hey someone had to say it
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Looking good Marc. And I am not even going to bring up that little thing that you had problems with before. :whistle:
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Looking good Marc. And I am not even going to bring up that little thing that you had problems with before. :whistle:
See, that is what I was not going to say
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