Garden Photos forum: Curtis Veggie gardens

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Maryville, Tn (Zone 7a)
Vegetable Grower Canning and food preservation Dog Lover Composter Garden Ideas: Level 2
Jun 26, 2014 4:03 PM CST
Hey guys! Thought I'd show you some of my gardens *Blush*
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Far away view when I first bought the house there was a small raised bed on the corner so I've been building off of that

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Heirloom and cherry maters, Japanese eggplant, bee balm, sweet mace varieties of peppers, cantaloupe, zuchini, lemon squash, and aramanth.

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Broccoli, peas, beans, lettuce, and onions.

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Mater/squash wall Lovey dubby

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Little asparagus/herb bed. Asparagus was started this year from seeds, also has licorice basil, genovese basil, cilantro and parsley. The garlic was freshly pulled up from this bed so it now has some strawberry spinach coming up in the middle.

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Spearmint, chocolate mint, and regular mint, stevia, lots o onions, rhubarb, artichokes started this year from seed, and sweet taters

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Another view of my aramanth plants

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My little 10$ greenhouse! I have some beans, chives, and some fall plants sprouting Smiling

That's at least most of it! I've got some containers of things around the yard too Smiling Would love to see what you guys think, I'm still pretty new to the veggie gardening.

Have a black thumb except for vegetables and that's even a hit or miss
Name: Catherine
NW Illinois (Zone 5a)
Aug 2, 2014 7:13 AM CST
You've accomplished a lot in a short period of time! What a great variety of vegetables - looks good!

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