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Message 1281962 - Posted: 9 Sep 2012, 17:17:59 UTC

I grow strawberries, tomatoes, cucumber and all kinds of herbs like mint, rosemary, thym,...I could grow more but I lack the space, unfortunately.



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Message 1282771 - Posted: 12 Sep 2012, 6:44:34 UTC


I have a couple of these growing in my yard. Not sure if they are safe for consumption or not.


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Message 1282831 - Posted: 12 Sep 2012, 10:24:13 UTC

I have a couple of flesh-eating plants. They don't have these big teeth though;)



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Message 1292294 - Posted: 7 Oct 2012, 2:54:21 UTC

Anybody got anything left from summer? I still am harvesting tomatoes, but my beans are getting stringy and "poddy". My remaining jalipenos are bright red, but I actually like them that way. I had hoped to get a second cutting of basil, but the leaves I'm getting are not of good quality. The squash have basically succumbed to mildew. I don't usually plant fall crops, although many of my gardening friends do. Anybody in this climate put in a fall garden?

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Message 1292306 - Posted: 7 Oct 2012, 3:40:49 UTC - in response to Message 1292294.

Anybody got anything left from summer? I still am harvesting tomatoes, but my beans are getting stringy and "poddy". My remaining jalipenos are bright red, but I actually like them that way. I had hoped to get a second cutting of basil, but the leaves I'm getting are not of good quality. The squash have basically succumbed to mildew. I don't usually plant fall crops, although many of my gardening friends do. Anybody in this climate put in a fall garden?

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Message 1292337 - Posted: 7 Oct 2012, 5:37:56 UTC
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The only thing left were the Sunflowers.
We got our potatoes out last week, all were
in fine shape.

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Message 1292379 - Posted: 7 Oct 2012, 10:48:21 UTC

My garden is also ready for the winter. I've put my aloe vera's inside, they can't stand the cold.



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