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We have 8 tomato plants, different varities, bell peppers, banana peppers, jalepenos, green onoin, chives, rosemerry, and strawberries right now. In addition to that we have12 fruit trees. We are pulling off nectorines and Asian pears and gala apples right now. Yum!
Currently we are out of town but when I get back I'll share some pics.
we have a greenhouse and garden area outside. the outside plants are not doing as good as the ones in the greenhouse. we had a really wet and cool june and it did not work in our favor, so things ourside are really slow going.
outside we have
about 10 different kinds of melon and squash
and an unknown squash
42 tomato plants!
radishes are done and out
so as soon as august/september comes, i'll be having veggies coming out my ears!
inside the greenhouse
peppers! that tall one is up to my belly button! huge
broccoli-finally a little floret...soon to be a head.
lettuce and herbs...those types of plants
a pea blossom...so pretty
my zucchini plant is ginormous....here's a leaf with my hand
and a full pic..of course pics don't do it justice...it's almost 3 1/2 feet tall and 5 feet wide
my twin pumpkins...i've never seen them grow together like that
and last...my little frog in my greenhouse...he's supposed to help with bugs.
sorry so many pics! but i love my garden. i spend at least 2 hrs in it everyday.
Kelsie: Mom to Ryen (9) Emelia (8) Wyatt (7) Lucy (5) Oliver (4) Poppy (2) Briar Rose 10.5.13
I have hostas, heucheras, coneflowers, saliva (both annual and perennial), impatiens, dahlias, creeping jenny, ice plant, sedums, rudbeckia, hydrangeas (including the new Incrediball which I love), Variegated Liriope, Double Knock Out Rose Bushes, Gardenia Shrubs, Shasta Daisy, Catmint, Butterfly Bushes, Blue Fortune Anise Hyssop, Russian Sage, Chocolate Chip Ajuga, Hellebores, Ferns, Peonies, Asiatic Lily, Yarrow, Thyme, Weigela Shrubs, Lamb's Ear, some other evergreens shrubs, and Rosemary.
I love them all and it's been so exciting to see them grow more and more every growing season. I'd love to have a veggie garden one day. We're planning on ctting a few trees down to provide better sunlight in parts of the yard and then I'll attempt veggie gardening.