Sunday, June 7, 2009

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Groaning, cursing, sweating and a sunburn contributed to these images. Praise God it's raining and I can take a couple days off now.

14 comments:

  1. This is exactly what I have planned for next spring. I think I have room for 2 or 3 in my full sun backyard. I can't wait!

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  2. Beautiful!

    I have some questions: How big are the raised beds and how many did you build? What are you putting down for your paths in between? What have you planted so far? And, how do you keep the deer out of your plants?

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  3. I'm hoping for sun later in the week. My peas and beans are already thriving.

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  4. Tomatoes? What's in there???

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  5. It will so be worth it. And answer Jen's questions please!

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  6. Looks wonderful.

    I have raised beds out in the front parking strip. I'll have to do a post about it. Small lot - city garden.

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  7. Looking good! Except that now the ckickens are going to come along and scratch the whole thing up. No wait- You don't HAVE chickens! Smart lady.

    We have tomatoes (three kinds), okra, peppers (a meeeelion kinds), lettuce (three kinds), eggplant, pak choi, basil, parsley, and I can't remember what else. Must catch some chickens this week and give them to needy families. And eat some. Before we set our seedlings out.

    Another reason not to have chickens: they think that crowing at 4am is absolutely fine.

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  8. When can I come and enjoy the harvest? Strawberries almost ready?

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  9. ~ wow! ~ those are some serious beds! Good work, Greenie...they look really solid!!

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  10. Wow! Makes me tired just looking at it - but so worth the effort! What are you planting?

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  11. ...hey btw where are all your REVIEWS...? I want that pirate watch but blogger says that page does not exist...
    just curious

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  12. We just built two raised beds this spring for the first time. Hoping for a good harvest, but, either way, it's been a good experience for the kids to plant seeds and watch them grow.

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  13. Looks great. Enjoy the rain and rest up because if I'm ever to grow anything edible, I'll need your help.

    -Abby

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  14. Hello You!

    They look just like ours - except tidier!

    The lettuce is up and growing like crazy...the peas are hot on their heels (or should that be leaves?).

    How are things with you?
    H
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