Sunday, May 23, 2010

Taking Over

My garden is being consumed by my squash and zucchini plants.

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They'd probably spill over into the yard if the chicken wire wasn't there to contain them.

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They're taking over the green beans.

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See? There really are green bean plants under all those leaves.

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The newest green beans haven't been encroached on just yet though.

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This nasturtium doesn't seem to be faring so well

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but this one is.

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The cucumber plants are growing well under the shade from the zucchini plant's leaves.

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I have the feeling I'm going to have a lot of squash and zucchini soon.

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The spinach plants are doing alright.

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The marigolds are both about to bloom.

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My slicing tomatoes are finally showing some growth

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and all three of my romas are doing well.

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The jalapeno plants are also showing some new growth.

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I planted two of the pepper seedlings where one had died and another is about to.

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I've also potted all of the remaining seedlings. I have 2 romas, a slicing and a bell pepper at this end,

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the lettuce plants over on the side

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and two more romas at this end.

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The garden is getting quite full and I'm ready to finally start harvesting some things before the summer heat sets in.

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2 comments:

  1. My in-laws grow massive zucchinis...it's great for making zucchini bread-yum! If you got too much, you could do a giveway on here for the bread!!!

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