How does your garden grow?

Larsky

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mid July, we have a bumper of banana peppers.

Did a quick pickling, easy peasy. Best condiment ever.

Putting it pizza tonight.
 

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Lots of zuccinni and summer squash! The tomatoes and bell peppers aren't ready to be picked yet. This has been a great year for basil. Usually I dry enough for a couple of containers. That keeps us in basil all year. This year I'm going to dry more and give it away at Christmas.
 

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My backyard garden this year was better than ever. I cann't say that I'm an experienced gardener, but this year I decided to take care of my garden correctly. I started looking for articles and information of interest to me on special portals like this one, where more experienced gardeners give good and effective advice about what conditions I need to do for plants to get a good harvest. And it worked. I'm very happy with the results.
 

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My backyard garden this year was better than ever. I cann't say that I'm an experienced gardener, but this year I decided to take care of my garden correctly. I started looking for articles and information of interest to me on special portals like this one, where more experienced gardeners give good and effective advice about what conditions I need to do for plants to get a good harvest. And it worked. I'm very happy with the results.
I find it is better to talk to people who are as local to you as possible if you are going to grow a lot of anything. One would have to be retired to get the max harvest out of everything in a larger garden on any given year. Too much time and too many inputs.
 

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