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Sunday, April 25, 2010

Just kind of taking it easy today. Finally finished planting the seeds that I wanted to start. I can't plant them outside for another month yet, so they should be good. I planted 112 little pots. Only planted herbs and different kind of squashes. I figured what I don't plant outside I can put in my garage sale next month or give them to friends. I will buy my tomato plants and pepper plants. I will take pics later of my garden this year. Here is a couple of pics from my garden last year. and
Those two pics were of the main veggie garden. For some reason my DH made the garden even bigger this year. I can alot, but we give a lot of our produce away. That is the fun part.
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  • GRAM4FOUR1
    Wow, what a nice garden. I don't think that I will be able to do a garden, but hoping that I can at least plant a few tomatoes.
    3920 days ago
  • BAILEYS7OF9
    emoticon wow, that is one huge garden!!!

    I am planning this year too, but starting small in containers till I find a place w/ best sun.
    3921 days ago
  • KATHLEENS1964
    I would love to have a garden this big - but I can't seem to get my DH into helping me start a plot. I'm still working on him though, so there is still time! Good luck with all your planting and may you have an abundant harvest!
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    3921 days ago
  • IDAHOTRAILRIDER
    Your garden is wonderful. I can't plant until after mother's day. Every year I try to plant early and we get a HARD freeze. Great job! Isn't garden great for the soul.
    3921 days ago
  • LYNNDAK
    I miss having a garden! Maybe I will take up the grass in one corner of my yard and plant a small one. Thank you for the inspiration!

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    3922 days ago
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