Random Garden Stories

A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words.
A visual way to express indescribable beauty.
But a few words can open a window, a way into the story.

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Nasturtium – adept at deterring squash bugs, among other garden pests. Also, edible.

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Snow in Summer – now twice the size it was when planted.

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Volunteer pumpkin, or spaghetti squash. Initially, I thought it was a watermelon.

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Beans!

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And more beans! We have both pole and bush beans planted.

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Tomato start from a nursery, planted several weeks ago.

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Crazy monster plant started from seed. Admittedly, started awhile ago, but still…it’s kicking the pants off the nursery start!

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Another monster tomato I started from seed, all staked up.

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Marigolds are coming in…these will keep a ton of pests away from the entire garden.

 

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