Apr
30
2009
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Rachel Bennett
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My growing Garden

My Garden is in FULL bloom. I LOVE IT! After prepping the dirt, planting seeds, watering, weeding & WAITING...I HAVE VEGGIES!! yeah I cannot tell you how excited I am. It is such a wonderful pastime that brings forth great rewards.

Here are some of my rewards:

Green Beans

Cucumber

Zucchini

Zucchini Bagged. We have a Japanese Fly that stings some of the veggies and makes them rot on the inside...so you bag them so they can't get to them...WE'll see if it works.

Carrot Tops

Sugar Snap Peas Plants
Snap Peas TODAY!! How exciting, I can't wait to EAT them.

WAHOO!!! I love veggies.
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    5 comments on “My growing Garden”

    1. Wow, awesome garden. I love how they are already producing veggies. Over here, my ground needs tilling, seeds planted, drip line laid out and connected, and above all, warmer weather. You have all that beautiful sunshine and warm rains. No wonder your garden grows well, it's paradise!

    2. Your garden is beautiful! I am hoping to have a more...ahem...succcessful garden this year.
      I loved seeing the fruits (or veggies) of your labor!

    3. No way! that is the other benefit of living in hawaii..you can grow crops all year round. I am so jealous.

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