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    Garden is planted. Is only a about 20X30 or so but took 1hr55min to get in. I am thinking of extending the highbar from 6ft to 8 so the deer won't wreak havoc in it. Venison does taste good though doesn't it.

    I did take caution tape around the top to flop in the breeze, but I am sure they won't take the hint.

    Now if those showers will pick back up for a soaking things will be on the way.

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    I'm already in full bloom with Strawberries... getting about a dozen a day or more already now... It's going to be a good year for strawberries... My early start paid off this year.
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    Im planning on getting mine going tonight. My garden is ~20x30 as well and i always do well with it. Deer are not so much pf a problem for me as the damn woodchucks are.
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    What else ya' growin' up in there, Tiny Tom?
    Quote Originally Posted by littletommy View Post
    I'm already in full bloom with Strawberries... getting about a dozen a day or more already now... It's going to be a good year for strawberries... My early start paid off this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth View Post
    What else ya' growin' up in there, Tiny Tom?
    We have an "Early Girl" tomato plant; a "Yellow Cherry" tomato plant and a "Sweet 100" cherry tomato plant.

    And lots and lots and lots of strawberries...

    *highly recommend the "sweet 100's" if you've never tried one...
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    My Wife's Garden is Huge and we are in full swing... I don't have time to list it all but as I have to go to that four letter place (WORK!) Be well all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akalogan View Post
    My Wife's Garden is Huge and we are in full swing... I don't have time to list it all but as I have to go to that four letter place (WORK!) Be well all.
    Careful out there Gabe; have a good day brother...
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    13 tomato plants, two rows of peas, cucumbers, squash, pumpkin, carrots, flowers,cabbage, just a mish mosh of things to watch grow. Will be our first garden together since we were teenagers living at home. My sister is great to have here with me. She gets excited to see the tomatoes coming on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littletommy View Post
    We have an "Early Girl" tomato plant; a "Yellow Cherry" tomato plant and a "Sweet 100" cherry tomato plant.

    And lots and lots and lots of strawberries...

    *highly recommend the "sweet 100's" if you've never tried one...
    The sweet 100's are awesome, I plant those every year. I also like the early girls a lot. I also plant better boy beefsteak tomatoes and Roma's as well.
    I have 28 plants going in this year as well as peppers, acorn, butternut and green and yellow squash, bush blue lake green beans, Kentucky wonder green beans, peas, kale and some basil and parsley.

    I do a lot of tomatoes and we make purée out of them for spaghetti sauce and chili and the like.
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    My better half does the gardening. I do not have a green thumb. I have a killer instinct. She keeps me away from the plants. MBW

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