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Thursday, June 24, 2010

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Lesley

Thanks for the heads up on pruning - I had no idea! I'm a garden newbie this year, so it will be quite the learning experience!

Kim

Me too!!

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yvette

Ooh, how I loathe cucumber beetles!

Vicki

Coral bells... one of my favorites! I'm always drawn to them (for both flower and foliage) at the nursery!

Laura

Wow, Kim, you're awesome! I've been growing tomatoes for fifteen years but I never knew the differences in pruning. Thanks!

Cheryl S.

Your lettuce is gorgeous! I do the cut-and-come-again style, so I never end up with big beautiful heads.

I'm also trying out a tomato spiral this year, though it's not quite as sturdy as the ones you got. But so far, so good.

margene

Smith and I will read every link in your post carefully. We have several tomato plants and no idea how to prune. Your lettuce is beautiful. Looking forward to learning from all your posts.

Beth

Lovely garden photos! Thanks for all the tomato info. Mine are not doing well and I need to do some research. Have a great weekend!

Manise

Love your garden! Oh no on more blight this year. Fingers crossed for all of our tomato plants.

Carole

I have my fingers crossed for your tomato plants!

Norma

Your lettuces look spectacular! Fingers crossed on the tomatoes, and I just finished writing tomorrow's blog post in which I mention that I have only had one cucumber beetle so far, and I hope that the companion plantings are really doing their thing -- REALLY! We put down a new batch of Milky Spore this spring, and hope that keeps the Japanese beetles down, too. But we shall see.

Ashley

I love the quote at the beginning. It couldn't have described today any better

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