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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Vegetable Video

Here's a quick look at the plants growing in the raised vegetable beds.

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9 comments:

  1. This weather is not vegitation friendly!!!! I do hope the heat breaks soon!!!

    For no amount of water can really combat this heat!!!!

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  2. What a great tour. It all actually looks good. Especially with the nice mulch. You might successive plant then you will probably have more cukes and zucchini in another month or two.

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  3. Hello friend! Love the video. I'm thankful for your honest evals of your garden. I sometimes feel like the only failure when it comes to trying to get something to grow. Spider mites have been a problem for me as well this year....the drought and freeze of winter really had a negative impact on the landscape which breeds these litter buggers. The rains have started now so plants are perking up again. I will say that this has been a difficult year for me. So much land to cover and not enough money to do it. I hope some of your veggies pull through!

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  4. This heat is devastating to gardens. Your garden is doing pretty good compared to some we have around here.

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  5. My tomatos have that same wilty-leafed look. .seems perpetual. No tomatoes AT ALL!! My watermelon vines are really going to town and I noted some small fruits yesterday. .woo hoo!! We pulled the carrots last week, and pitched them. .too bitter (except for a few). Lot of complaints about veggie gardens all around here. .just checked weather. .looks like no break for us from heat OR drought for at least another week! Praying for Rain!

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  6. Nice little tour - and I'm wishing the weather would cooperate for you. You have done a lot of preparation for your garden!! Best wishes.

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  7. Did you say...you can't kill a zucchini? I need to plant it in my garden! I only have tomatoes and they have not survived because of my lack of extra watering and it has just been to HOT. I would say you have a successful garden in spite of the hot, hot weather and drought. You have quite a variety, as well. I'm impressed!

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  8. I am unable to download the video, but I'm sure it is wonderful. So glad to have found your beautiful blog

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  9. I'd agree with others -- your garden looks good, considering the terrible weather. We're hanging on as well. Don't even want to think about the water bill (on top of the AC bill!). But it's so worth it! Good luck -- hope this weather breaks soon...

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