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Garden gab Week 10

Here’s a peek at my garden this week. Notice the baby zucchini. Yay! 😀 My Okra is still being munched. 😦 All the other plants are still growing happily. I expect more veggie production any day now. My tomatoes are still green, they better start getting red soon or I’ll be tempted to use them …

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Garden Gab week 9….from my garden to my kitchen

I’m so excited.  Last week’s baby squash is now a big,  happy,  ready to eat squash this week.  My garden is now producing. It’s not much yet, but I know more is to come. I did get the tomatoes moved out of pots and into the dirt this week, which has been good for 2 …

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Garden Gab, Week 8. Munched, blooming and baby veggies.

Things are growing and flowering, and being munched in my garden. Well, and falling. Can’t forget the falling.  Note to self: Plant the tomato plants in the ground. Seriously. Do it soon.  They keep getting blown over and damaged when they fall.  Each plant is half of what it use to be now. The evil …

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This week in gardening, garden gab week 7

Not a lot has changed garden wise this week.  Everything is still growing and beginning to flower.  Gardens in the beginning, since most of my plants were started  in my garden (from seeds), is slow going.  It’s similar to new-born infant tending in the beginning. You put a lot of work into it and don’t …

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I saved a tree for Arbor Day and other garden news. Garden Gab week 6

I saved a tree, and I liked it. An oak seedling was trying to grow between the cushions of one of my patio chairs. It’s been rainy and windy. I’m sure that’s why it was so confused. I saved it yesterday and put it in a pot to grow. Once it’s bigger I’ll plant it …

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Garden Gab week 4

What a week I’ve had with my garden. It’s been a rough garden week. There were killer squirrel problems, I’m sure this is NOT what the squirrel “really” looked like, but it’s probably what my zucchini plants saw right before they were chomped. There was a major storm here in North Texas. Did I mention …

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