Vegetable

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Farmers say that gardeners only have control over the soil and the water and the rest is up to mother nature. I, of course, have lots of other areas I’m trying to keep under control.  What about those relentless caterpillars? The snails that, in one night, have …v.e.r.y. s.l.o.w.l.y… eaten an entire crop of collards? The dog chasing a cat right through the pepper bed?

Introducing the Vegetables!

Main Bed

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One tomato plant, three incredible green machines (collards, still going from last fall), and a pleasantly out of control mint collection.

Yellow Squash                               Swiss Chard

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Three yellow squash plants                                                 Swiss chard, transplanted

Pepper Bed

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Three red peppers (Red Beauties), three yellow peppers (Golden Bell), three hot peppers (Cowhorn Peppers).

Cucumber Bed

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Two cucumbers, trellised.

Herb Bed

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Rosemary, oregano, basil, chives, and cilantro.

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Responses

  1. Enjoyed your website. Fowarded to me from Anne.


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