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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Harvested Carrots

Today in the garden...

...poured the bath water on the patio containers.
...ran the soaker hose in the side garden.
...pulled all the carrots.


Yesterday in the garden...

...poured the bath water on the plumbago, carrots, lettuce and kohlrabi.

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12 comments:

  1. My dogs would have a field day if I had carrots planted. They love them and once they realized they were in the ground, they would be harvested by them. :) Looks great.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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    1. That's something new I hadn't heard about dogs wanting. Interesting.

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  2. Your carrots look delicious. Harriet loved carrots when she had a few more teeth!

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  3. Just look at those beautiful carrots. Nothing like home grown veggies. The best. The tiny veggie garden that Bill has going is looking nice. Bok Choy twice already from it and the collards and broccoli are both looking great.

    Have a wonderful weekend.
    LindaLee from Cross’N My Stitches

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  4. They look delicious. I have never had luck growing them.

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    1. Thanks. I'm getting better. I feel bad thinning them when they first sprout but it is so necessary to get a nice number of good carrots rather than a lot of puny tangled ones.

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  5. Your carrots look yummy. Have a great weekend.

    FlowerLady

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  6. Oh, fresh carrots...wonderful.
    Balisha

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  7. Those are some beautiful carrots!

    XO,

    Sheila

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  8. We have just finished the carrots that we harvested in July. .a fun crop indeed. .and these days in my world, it's like garden? What garden!! Which is no good, because I need to get my garlic planted!! Enjoy your weekend.

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  9. Wonderful carrots.
    You still are not having rain?

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