"Every Battle Is Won And Lost In The Mind First."
you are a growing fool! :) so far the spring has been kind. summer's coming in close, though.
I sure do like the way you have set up your garden. How nice not to have to fight the weeds.
Goodness, you are busy! When I planted my mint, I had my dad cut the bottom out of a five gallon bucket, buried it, and planted mint in them. It worked great until my bucket cracked. I'm guessing you wouldn't have as much problem with that since yours wouldn't be freezing every winter. Now I'm trying to pretend I don't have apple mint taking over the entire herb garden.
Wow, you are doing great! I love your orchard. I would love to have one instead of a tree here and a tree there. Your figs looks great (figs grow like weeds here).I, too, need to get my mint planted. Just trying to figure out where.
You have an amazing place. Everything looks fantastic!
I bow down to you Queen Gardner. Wow that's alot. I'm impressed really. My hubby has the green thumb not me. Now that renovations are over maybe next year we'll have a garden. He's picked the location. That's a start. ;o)
Looks great! That will be some harvest!
Being an avid gardener myself, I know how time consuming it is...keep growing...we'll wait!...:)JP
You'll have a lot of tomatoes..The others...they will grow...Have a nice day!BShell
Wow! Look at those tomatoes! Mine are so piddly that I'm considering buying some that are already started. Your garden looks amazing!
OMG, your "garden" looks amazing as some other bloggers stated. I've just learned about pruning tomatoes and hope to have a load to can soon.
Partial? Lol! It all looks so good -- I love your greenhouse/hoophouse. Seems to be working well for you.
Happy Mother's Day!
Holy cow, your plants look great!
You do have a green thumb, girl!
I wish that I had your energy and green thumb! It's all lookin gooood!
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