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Oh so jealous of your garden!!! Its so beautiful and PRODUCTIVE! We had way too much rain this year which really interfered with pollination Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Leo's first garden - Page 6 EmptyThu Sep 06, 2018 2:25 pm

@Artic_Wind last night we heard a second one affraid  and shes back again Leo's first garden - Page 6 1625187496. so were back to trapping her all over again and the other one, and this time will have to take them farther away.

@amymeme sorry to hear that. sometimes we don't have to many bees or other pollinator and even with good weather the garden dosn't do so well. but thanks, weren't sure that the plants would produce this year since we stated to late, but we did get at lest 3 yellow squashes and 4 or 5 green zucchinis. the biggest surprise was the pumpkins so happy they grew. the watermelon is still growing but doesn't look very good.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Leo's first garden - Page 6 EmptyMon Mar 25, 2019 6:29 pm

some flowers as the yard come back to life. January to March.
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some new small flowers,

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blue berry.

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peach tree.

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plum tree.

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we need to weed and add a few more seeds in the front yard.

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the big peach tree.

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the small cherry tree. need to see if the big one has any flowers yet.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Leo's first garden - Page 6 EmptyTue Apr 16, 2019 6:14 pm

mid March and early April
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the lemon tree has got some purple flowers.

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the large blueberry is doing really good

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the plum tree looks amazing this year.

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the large cherry is getting its flowers soon.

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strawberries look okay still growing in the large pots.

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on one apricot this year, gotta keep a close eye on it Suspect in case Leo decides to eat it.

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peach tree

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the big cherry tree has its flowers.

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our smaller blueberry verity.
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every thing looks so good, we have snow..... then its warm, then it snows again.... I have a bunch of plants on my kitchen table waiting for mid May.

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Wow. Looks beautiful. I think I'd put armed guards on that apricot!

Me? Considering plant peas in the next few days. Otherwise, just pruning and cleaning up garden debris.
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