spring garden progress - june 15, 2017

Here is another round of garden photos for June.  I think I'll post more in the month of June simply to illustrate the fascinating and rapid growth of these plants.  The cucumbers are really taking off and producing a massive harvest.  Lots of hot peppers as well.  Tomatoes are so-so, and you'll soon discover the fate of the zucinni.

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spring garden progress - june 6, 2017

Of the various vegetable plants shown here, I really like the ability of the cucumber plant to climb the twine trellis.  Arms reach out to latch on for support during its maturation cycle.  And, a necessity to allow the vining plant to continue its upward climb.

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spring garden progress - may 2017

Spring garden photos after a month of growth (May 2017).  Ideally, these would have been at this stage in April, but I'm keeping them cool with short daily waterings.  The garden includes: various peppers; various tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchinis, and mint.

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birds and bird feeders...

In addition to my primal gardens, I have a few bird feeders, which attract some neat birds and wild life.  Cardinals, doves, colorful sparrows, and squirrels visit my primal lands.  Sunflower seeds are the most popular item on the menu.

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brussels sprouts

Here's a collection of my brussels sprouts plant.  To my surprise, it grew for several months and the plant itself got pretty massive before deciding to produce these cool, little sprouts that you see here.  Only the stem with the sprouts are sold in grocery stores, but you can see the massive leaves that support the growth of these cool cousins to the cabbage plant.

The photos are from Oct 31, 2016 to May 23, 2017.   Typical maturation period is 80-90 days, so I'm going for the world record on time to maturity.

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