So what's in your garden, part Deux.

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I prefer to oven dry the plums, but Lori prefers we stash up sqauce using the plums, so I made three quarts of sauce this am with the plum stash and since a glut is a glut, am doing this tray of Slicing Tomatoes, various brandywines and black krims and my mystery yellow. The recipes stress plum types very hard, but I have excellent results with these too. They just went in @250 (more moisture needs to evaporate so I kick it up from the more standard 225). Will start checking in four hours will probably be close to 7. Will try to show you the results.

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Built one new raised bed for flowers Monday. Got another one to build, moving two of my backyard beds to more sunny areas. Moving firepit also. Yard is getting a bunch of work this year after being neglected last year.
 

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I have tomatoes, pickling cukes, zucchini, beets, pole beans, hot cherry peppers, cayenne peppers, loco chilis, and habanero peppers.


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This year's garden. Last year I was just feeding the varmints. Made some improvements, winning so far.

Where are yer "trees" at? :wink:

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No ghost peppers...so, he likes it semi-warm. Habaneros can get hottish though...
 

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Isn't it easier to cut all these leaves using a weed puller? Yeah, it is used primarily for grass, but it also might be handy while working with leaves and other similar things. Check it out on the internet for an excellent website with plant fertilizers. And don't hesitate to order one for yourself. You won't be disappointed about that. Moreover, you can get a discount if you order it today. Good luck to you, and I hope my answer helped you at least somehow.
 

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I don't have a garden but if I did it would just be a mass of poppies. The freaking beauty, the medicine, and the sadness associated with this flower are incredible to me.

My love has now 2 24 by 24 greenhouses on her and her husband's way to 5 on the 11 acres I bought for us years ago in the sticks. They also have a good many beds. In the spring she read to me the list of seeds planted and it was like a hundred. Holy crap. Growing everything a naturalist and woman who lives off her land wants.

She's growing me poppies, aww. And all kindsa of medicinal cleansing and mental acuity stuff for me such as some things for my liver, she wants me to clean it out after years of drinking and stuff that honestly I just don't get or would never buy into if it weren't this most rational of women recommending it.

I'll try and get some pics and more info on her gardens. Fascinating stuff to me. She lives off it and locally farm-raised meat.
 

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I have oodles of baby bunnies and 6 groundhogs. No garden for me!
 

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Isn't it easier to cut all these leaves using a weed puller? Yeah, it is used primarily for grass, but it also might be handy while working with leaves and other similar things. Check it out on the internet for an excellent website with plant fertilizers. And don't hesitate to order one for yourself. You won't be disappointed about that. Moreover, you can get a discount if you order it today. Good luck to you, and I hope my answer helped you at least somehow.
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I have oodles of baby bunnies and 6 groundhogs. No garden for me!
Same here. Can't have any kind of vegetable garden without waging war against the varmints so I don't even bother trying anymore.

I do enjoy flowers though, so I do put some effort in toward the front side of the house. Thankfully those pests largely stay toward the back of the property where it is mostly wooded.
 
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