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grow my own vegetables (read all 8 entries…)
Stuff's actually growing?!

A couple of weekends ago, I expanded my original 8×8 square garden to an L-shaped plot about 3x the size of the original. Here’s what we’ve got in the ground:

Corn
Radishes
Two types of lettuce
Green beans
Two types of cucumbers (pickling and slicing)
Artichokes
Okra
Tomatoes
Cilantro (Will keep planting throughout the season)
Jalapenos
Serranos
Habaneros

We started the tomatoes and peppers indoors as seeds, then planted them when we sowed the rest of the garden.

The lettuce was the first thing to sprout, followed by corn and artichokes.



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Victoria Going for a paddle.

planted stuff today

I planted seedlings today, carrots, snow peas, broccollini, bok choy and a .raspberry cane.


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