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    Default POST PICTURES OF YOUR Garden part II 2012

    FROM DEE...


    Ever grow a HUGE pumpkin or do you have a beautiful little succulent plant you'd like to show off? Post pictures of your house & garden or your favorite plants. Vegetable gardens, raised beds, flower garden, rockery... we all need a bit of inspiration and help sometimes.

    I'll start with my rockery... taken a while ago (before the drought). I'd like to bring it back up to this level again so I keep it for encouragement.

    ORIGINAL DEECOILY THREAD
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    Thanks for the new thread ModT. Here is a picture of my garden so far:

    I planted some okra, cukes, more lettuce, and some birdhouse gourds. The tomatoes are getting tall so fast. I'll need to get some more cages for everything soon.

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    NIce Lock! I will take some pics today. What is the big pot of flowers?

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    Thanks Creativity! Those yellow flowers are delphiniums. They are perennials that came back from last year after a bad case of powdery mildew.

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    ^Nice! Those flowers are beautiful. THanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockolatte View Post
    Thanks Creativity! Those yellow flowers are coreopsis. They are perennials that came back from last year after a bad case of powdery mildew.
    I had to change this. My dad corrected me when I showed him my pics.

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    ^lol! I've never heard of either so the education is great. Thanks Lock.

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    Potatoes are in the orange bucket.



    Tomatoes, cukes, okra, lantana, and birdhouse gourds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockolatte View Post
    Potatoes are in the orange bucket.
    You growin' potatoes now?!? *kicks a can and a possum*Seriously, I'm considering growing sweet potatoes this year.

    One of my mom's long time friends gave her some veggies Thursday...one of them is a rutabaga. I've prepared rutabagas before...anyway, I fought with that sucker and managed to cut some pieces for a beef stew I made for her and dad. Yummy. I found out today that rutabaga is a cross between a turnip and cabbage AND contains almost ALL the minerals and vitamins we need.

    I brought the leftover rutabaga home with me....it's right here on my kitchen table. This YouTube lady gives tips on how to peel the danged things:
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    Default More rutabaga!!










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