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My fall/winter garden
(October/November), 2007 -- Left, large leaves are mustard greens.
Front left you can see kale (dark, long, slender leaves) -- Right, look
at the size of those mustard greed leaves! Look carefully, and you will
notice beet greens on the right, turnip greens on the upper left,
spinach lower left, swiss chard lower right.
Fall/Winter garden, October 26, 2007 -- Left, peppers and tomatoes -- Right, squash
July 14, 2008
-- My summer garden, taken June 14, 2008 -- Far right, watermellon, peppers in front. tomato far left.
Taken July 14th, 2008 (time stamp in incorrect) -- Left: Back center,
cucumber, front center zucchini squash, left tomato -- Right: melons,
July14th, 2008 -- Center serano pepper, right tomato, back zucchini squash, front peppers
July 14th, 2008 -- Upper left cucumber -- Look closely and you will see
lots of baby onions. I allowed my entire fall/winter garden to go to
seed, and lots of volunteers are coming up everywhere!
July 14th, 2008 -- Upper right, notice the onions that have gone to
seed. There must be at least one hundred onion plants that have gone to
seed all around the garden! Baby onions just started coming up about
7-10 days ago. I had to sprinkle coco bean mulch around, to keep out
the neighbor's cats.
July 14th, 2008 -- Back center, what is left of my collard greens and
kale. There is still enough greens to pick, even in this triple-digit
weather!! Behind the collard greens and kale is swiss chard that has
recently started growing on its own.
July 14th, 2008 -- Back center, closer view of kale, which is still
good to eat! The kale seems to be very hardy ... grows well in the
fall, winter, and even in the summer heat with triple-digit
temperatures!!! Front, melons, cucumbers, peppers.
July 14th, 2008 -- Far right onions gone to seed. Most of the seed has
scatterd, and the baby onions are popping up all over the place.
July 14th2008 -- Center, peppers, front tomato
July 14th2008 -- Notice the radishes in front. I let everything go to
seed from fall/winter, and volunteers are popping up everywhere!!
Center, melons, peppers.
July 14th, 2008 -- Lower center, you can see clearly lots of radishes,
and probably other plants coming up from plants that went to seed.
July 14th, 2008 -- Squash, melon, cucumber, tomatoes, peppers, onions.
July 14th, 2008 -- Left: Squash, melon, cucumber -- Right, June 14th, 2008, just planted summer garden .....
Here is a view of the same area (above right) taken exactly one month later, July 14, 2008 -- far right
watermelon, far left peppers, and in the back-middle I believe are
several cucumber plants, front center should be a zucchini squash
for today: James
"My brethren, count it all joy when you fall into various trials,
knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience."
"I will lift up my eyes to the hills -- From whence comes my help? My
help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth."
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