Show me your gardening Progress

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  1. Sunfire96

    Sunfire96 Well-Known Member

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    I had no idea this thread existed! I love it! *frantically runs outside to take pictures of my 5 veggies plants*
     
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    This year our veggie garden is a lot smaller, but we have echinacea, sugar snap peas, blackberries, and an amaryllis. Yep those are repurposed 5 gallon buckets lol
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    Got these guys in the ground the other day!
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    Geez, I'm not even sure it's legal for me to even see that...
     
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    We are allowed to have 4 plants here.
     
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    We are allowed exactly four less than that.
     
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    One is too many 4 is never enough hang on are we talking beer or err...
    I think you've got some Weeds growing in your garden Craigerr:D.

    Many moons ago I lived in a flat with a few other fellas well we used to do a bit of that stuff well a little old lady who lived next to us was quite fond of gardening. I added some little plants in with her beloveds. They were going so well she tended to her garden and watered it so well then she broke my heart and weeded the little weeds out:eek:
    So out the forest they did go:D
     
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    Who knew Canadians could be such a bad influence? ;)
     
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    When it comes to weed and hockey, we take no prisoners man!
     
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    Lots of Dutchies emigrated to Canada.
    It gotta be their influence!
    (I'm Dutch, so I'm allowed to say so ;) )

    Now for my garden...
    It's a project in progress.
    I'll post some more pics when I am back.
    For now:
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    Basils

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    Kaffir lime

    Ginger, cherry tomato, basil
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    Picked some ginger and plenty of Tumeric today for an up en coming brew

    Mandarine
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    Passionfruit in the background ...
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    That big leafy stuff is Tumeric there is ginger in there too that's nesturtiams and my native bees back there.
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    One of my raised garden beds lettuce spinach boc choi and heaps of baby onions.
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    My other raised bed I just planted a load of onions in here they could be spring onions or leeks or brown onion I'm not sure...
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    This is one ginger root!
    And one Tumeric plant! IMG_6520.jpg Palmwoods is great place to grow stuff Oh and brew stuff.
    Cheers all:)
     
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    Beautiful!!
     
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    You all are going into your fall, right Ben?
     
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    Winter best time to grow the leafy greens as the bugs don't get to them
     
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    We've had 3 inches of rain the last 2 days and my tomatoes are taking to the stakes and getting first blossoms.
     
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    Watch they don't split on you. Sometimes they do that if they get a big drink also fungal problems can happen keep the leaves off the Ground...
     
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    I don't have any fruit yet but my typical tomato issue I get is blossom end rot which cures fast with a shot of lime to the soil. We need a few hot and sunny days now to get the roots going in my peppers!
     
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    Barb cut some peonies from the front, garden progress in the background
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