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GRANDMA'S CUCUMBER PATCH

Monday, September 10, 2012

With all going on in the family, I was late getting any planting done. Hubby planted tomato plants. At the last minute I planted cucumber seeds!
With the great results; I think from now on; I will plant seeds.
Here is my cucumber patch, planted in my above ground garden.



Here are some other pics of cucumbers and tomatoes!



That is what has been going on in western Ohio.
Till later---
Blessings,
Janet
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  • v DUSTYPRAIRIE
    I started getting seed catalogs the day before Christmas! I am not fond of winter. Seeing your pics just makes me long all the more for spring. Where I live it is tough to grow anything but I keep trying.

    What are you planning for your 2013 garden? It will be a treat to see what your garden grows through more pics. Glad you share your blessings.

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    1248 days ago
  • v JANETLP
    Great garden! With everything going on here, we didn't get anything planted. Hopefully, next year!
    1345 days ago
  • v SARAHTAIT
    Janet...I am so envious of your fresh veggies....I hope to have some sort of small or even container garden next season in my new yard....but only if the pool doesn't take up the whole back yard...
    your cucumbers are beautiful and I would kill for a home grown tomato......
    1347 days ago
  • v SUNRISE14
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  • v DRUIDPRINCESS
    What an inspiration! Here in Australia it is Spring, so you have definitely inspired me to get my veggie garden ready for an awesome season! Thank you! And enjoy those wonderful delights!
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    1357 days ago
  • v D-ABBY
    emoticon Especially the tomatoes. I really enjoy garden fresh tomatoes. BLESSings.
    1357 days ago
  • v LUCINDARW
    they look wonderful! wish ours had done as well. Lucinda
    1358 days ago
  • v NEVERORNOW
    Looks great!
    1358 days ago
  • v SHARJOPAUL
    yum
    I haven't been out to my veggie garden in a couple of days I better go check it out today.
    1358 days ago
  • v CAROLIAN
    Here in uk nothing much has grown i put tomato early also my cucumber the weather has been so bad this season only cucumbers have done anything it is sept and we have only had abour 2lb tomatoes off 16 plants the slugs got the cabbages and i dont know where the leeks and onions went the only thing that grew was the lawn it seemed to shoot up overnight and we could ho weeks before it was dry enough to cut, Never mind better next year i hope emoticon
    1358 days ago
  • v BRAVEONE92
    Your plants looked beautiful. I love
    cucumbers & tomatoes. You did a great
    job. We may try that next year. These
    are the only veggies we eat the most. emoticon
    1359 days ago
  • v DANCINCAJUN1
    gorgeous my friend .... My cukes finished up 2 weeks ago so I pulled them up ... going strong with the bell peppers and all the tomatoes ... I already miss not having my fresh cucumbers !! Roc
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  • v NITA-BERRY
    MMMMmmmmm. Suddenly wanting to make a tasty salad.

    I'm so pleased for you. I just may steal your garden idea for next spring - above ground and the seeds!
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    1359 days ago
  • v -WRKNG2ABTTRME-
    Mmmmmmm looks good! emoticon
    1359 days ago
  • v BROADBRUSH
    oh so good !!!! enjoy - i too got some cukes - BUT A 5 FOOT ZUCCHINI - it was fantastic - grew into a big U SHAPE.
    the cherry tomatoes were absolutely delicious and a lot of them.
    1359 days ago
  • v LUXITTA
    Wow I am so jelous! Your veggies look awesome and its great to eat your own stuff rather then stuff you bought in a store cause you know what you've done to them! MMM... Eat some for me :)

    ~Amanda~
    1359 days ago
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