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Friday, June 15, 2012

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kathy b

interesting garden thoughts! No birds touch m y basil....hmmmm

I have a rogue tomato plant that self seeded from last year. Darned if it isn't' growing better than if i'd planted one myself. Fruit is showing now.

I had a begonia reseed itself as well. Such treats.

YOur plate will be so wonderfully full at harvest time

Rocky

Great garden! What are the pie pans used for?

Julia

Your garden is lovely--each plant looks so composed and healthy! I hate to say it, but I have a huge stand of mint, well, everywhere, and it has done nothing at all to repel the slugs. (But at least it's nice to have mint!)

Happy gardening!

High School Diploma

I've surfed the net more than three hours today, and your blog was the coolest of all. Thanks a lot, it is really useful to me

Kathy

It looks fantastic, Kim. We are just putting in some tomatoes and other plants today -- first break in the busy sporting schedule!!

Laurie

I really like your companion ideas. Please do a summary post at the end of the season to tell us what worked, what didn't.

My friends the birds, the turncoats, planted bittersweet EVERYWHERE this year. Roundup is the only solution to the masses of seedlings. *sigh*

Carole

It looks beautiful and I'm sure your yield will be plentiful!

margene

Your garden is much more picturesque than ours! I'm hoping for some good crops this year and you're well on your way, too!

Vicki

I don't really have a suitable spot for a full-fledged garden, so plop some herbs and tomatoes into planters -- this year I've planted a couple of squash plants -- and see what happens! I *love* your garden markers!

Sandy W

you really have been busy. I love your stakes with the veggie/herb names cut out. Where did you get them? Probably some talented local person.

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