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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by kirk1701, Jun 5, 2012.
2 buckets a day coming in
Boy I would love to have a garden like that to fool around in my old age. I remember how it was in Indiana wher you could just drop the seed in the ground and stuff grew. Here you have to haul in the soil then put in drip irrigation and then keep all the animals that are dying for something to eat come calling.
I killed one rabbit last spring (2011) thats all it took and the rest got the message.
I can't say the same about the starlings that got the cherries this year. I got one starling and the rest laughed at me, but they knew when I had that .22 in hand and flew off.
That's ok, I'll be prepared for them next season
Hello nice garden
is that drip irrigation? or a soaker hose?
Fall garden is in
sweet what crops did u plant?
i got alot of peas coming up on bamboo trellis
We got some broccoli also
Along with cauliflower & brussel sprouts but the mojority of the patch is turnips and turnip greens.
We love turnip and greens but hate this time of year because we know winters coming
Wow nice looking lawn and nice garden beds for your tomatoes love the stripping
Thanks Jason, recycledsole
Our turnip greens and turnips are up, two weeks from planting
Should be picking in about a month
Nice bed I remember we grew a lot of turnip and put them in some type of hole for winter storage. Hated the taste of them but we had a lot so we ate a lot. Thanks for posting it brings back good memories.