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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Wed Oct 26, 2016 10:25 pm

i cut the fig and we shared it, my niece dose figs so just cut into 4 peaces. we got lucky with our tomatoes; the shadow of the fence shads them in the afternoon.

are garden usually starts to die down around late August to early to mid November. since its been warmer then last year the tomatoes are still going Laughing and the kale is growing really nice too, but most of the fruit trees and bell pepper plants have almost finish. we got about four guava fruits i need to get a good picture of them soon. oh, my mom passion fruit plant has one fruit growing. and the chayote vine has lost of fruits on it this year but no super spiky ones yet.

wow, cactus fruit lemonade that sounds tasty. i need to find a recipe to make some next year if we have lots of fruit again. i cut them and roll them on the grass to get all the thorns out. then you cut the top an bottom off and cut down middle and peal it open using tongs. you unroll it as you peal. i usually just peal and eat them.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Wed Nov 02, 2016 3:11 pm

some current garden pics.

passion fruits have is such a weird looking flower.


we have 2 fruits growing, i hope that they will be ready before the first frost.


we got a few guavas growing under the front porch and they are very good tasting and they smell really good.

we still have a few chills plants still growing.




3 out of 6 kale plants survived hehe. i guess the slugs got them. i sprinkled food grade daiotatious earth on the ground and it got ride of them.



this i think is the last fruiting tomato plant left.


this is underneath the chayote vine, this vine is huge this year.


it got onto our gazebo hehe.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Wed Nov 02, 2016 3:28 pm

Passion Fruit flower is pretty cool looking, reminds me a little of an octopus, lol. I love your garden pics, you have so much variety.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Wed Nov 02, 2016 5:00 pm

Very nice pics...and wonderful garden! My tomato plants gave up the ghost with the snow last week. Everything but the last 3 purple cabbages and the brussels sprouts are dead Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Sat May 13, 2017 8:57 pm


some of the flowing trees in the back yard.


more flowers in the yard.




























we eventually got the garden cleaned up and planted but the snails got some of the plant and the weather was to hot after we planted and some of them didn't make it. so i replanted the ones that died.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Sat May 13, 2017 9:06 pm


this year more of the cherries actually stayed.


this was after i replanted the ones that died and add some watermelon plants ill try ant take better pictures.


we also moved most of the sunflowers to this spot.


the tomatoes are doing really well.


we got some small tomatoes at last.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Sun May 14, 2017 11:51 am

Looks good, Ronin. My tomatoes are baby seedlings with their first true leaves, still under lights. And the way the weather is going, might drown when played out in a few weeks.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Sun May 14, 2017 5:11 pm

Wow, you have quite the garden going on! Love that yellow rose with red splotches. I planted a peach tree a few months ago, it's starting to get leaves. My tomatoes I just got in the ground last weekend so not anywhere near where yours are, lol. Your garden looks great!
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:09 pm

we had a hail storm back in march so all the flowers on one of the apricots fell and the ones on the lemon tree.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:48 pm

here are the plants i put into the garden after the strange weather and snail/lug attacks  Laughing .

i planted an eggplant.


a watermelon.


a squash.


and a cucumber.


our raspberries is doing very well.


this year the blueberry is gives us so many fruits.




we usually get a hand full of blueberries ever few days.


we had to move our peach tree into the garden cause leo likes to eat them went they are green Shocked . but he doesn't seem to be eating them now that in the garden.


our cherry tree did amazing this year we got a handful of cherries compared to last year we had 3 of them. Laughing


our first sunflower opened.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Tue Jun 20, 2017 4:09 pm


some nice flowers not sure what kind of flowers.


this one was interesting as the were growing in the same pot.


our butterfly plat had its first flowers.


we have some fig fruit growing at last.


looks like all the figs are fruiting this year.


our tomato plats are doing amazing.


we also added a sunshade to the garden since the temperatures have been up in the 100s. they are all doing well.


the squash has flowers, wooohoo.


and the cucumber plant his doing well and flowering too.


this is the only giant sunflower that grow in the garden. i'll try and see if i can get a picture of the flower when they open.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Tue Jun 20, 2017 4:43 pm

I try every year to grow eggplant from seed and they always give me trouble. It's my problem child. That and the birds took all my blueberries. I've never had them take them all.

Did you order your sunshade or just find it in a store? I've been thinking about getting some shade cloth but get a little frazzled when I get to trying to decide what percents sun block I want to do. Been thinking about hitting the fabric store and just making something.

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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Wed Jun 21, 2017 12:11 am

Wow, your garden is doing awesome! I picked my first two tomatoes today Smile forget the variety but they look a lot like Romas. How old is your peach tree? I recently planted one, it's lost all its leaves. Not sure if it's a water issue, or soil or...being peed on (not by me, lol) Kohdi seems to think it's a pee stick put there by me to mark where he is to pee Rolling Eyes

Flowers are really pretty. Hard to judge what size they are but if they're not as big as they look in the pics, they look like a flower I have, not sure what it's called but I remember someone in here calling them Stargazers or something like that.

Garden looks great Ronin
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Wed Jun 28, 2017 4:34 pm

we got the sunshade fabric at the local hardware store and just shade the length of the garden.it was called Easy Gardener Residential Shade Fabric they sell it by the foot. we got about 20 feet. it still let light in but its not as strong.

our peach tree is about 3 years old. i think its the shock of the plant been moved to a new spot and someone peepee on it hehehe. you can give it a bit of extra water to help. we usually have to do that with the apple tree the is in a pot since Leo likes to pee it.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Wed Jun 28, 2017 5:29 pm


we got some almonds. i have to keep an eye on them so leo doesn't eat them.


we finally have some pomegranates this year that stated although it didn't help that Leo was eating the flowers  Laughing .


we finally got some flowers blooming on our small bell pepper.


the watermelon is still slow growing.


this was after we put up the sunshade.


one of the guavas has flowers.


the gardenia has a flower at last it smells so nice.


the eggplant has one flower she are so cool and purple. so far its been loving the shade that we put up.


the huge sun flower has its small Flowers opened.


this is another one of the butterfly plants that we have it finally had flowers they are some tiny flowers but looks so cool.


this sunflower has some huge leaves with tiny flowers and its very tall.


the peach tree is doing very good Leo was smelling them to see if they were ready had to tell him not yet.
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PostSubject: Re: Leo's first garden   Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:36 pm


we got some nice tomatoes for some salsa.


the plums are almost ready.


we also have 2 cactus fruits grown.


the guava tree finally has its first flowers.


a cucumber is growing.
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