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  • martybartram
    Former Member
    • Apr 2016
    • 463
    • Vass, NC

    Let's see those gardens

    Let's see some pics of your gardens that help support your cooking. I greatly reduced my diversity this year and am mostly growing tomatoes and peppers along with some salad stuff and herbs.
  • Spinaker
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    #2
    martybartram Looking good sir!! I quit the tomato game a couple of years ago. I just got tired of managing the damn things. Now I am all peppers. I haven't taken any pictures of mine yet. I will post them when I do.

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    • martybartram
      martybartram commented
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      I moved all my peppers to the front yard this year, I have never had success with bell peppers but home the change works. Tomatoes are my fave, breakfast lunch and dinner.
  • fuzzydaddy
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    #3
    Nice veggies and flowers. I have a super small yard in an HOA and no place where a garden is allowed. So I make do...

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    • martybartram
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      • Apr 2016
      • 463
      • Vass, NC

      #4
      fuzzydaddy If I had my way I would tear out all our hedges and replace them with blueberry bushes. We waste a lot of growing space on ornamentals and grass! I totally get the HOA we have one but it is not as restricted as some of our friends who get fined if the garbage can is not in from the curb by a certain time of day.

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      • MBMorgan
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        #5
        What's all that green stuff??? ... we trend more toward brown around here ...

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        • FLBuckeye
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          • Jul 2014
          • 568
          • Florida

          #6
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ID:	171434 All of my stuff is in 5 gallon buckets (habanero peppers, jalapeno peppers and anaheim peppers) until we get totally moved in. I did plant a Key Lime tree and a Meyer lemon tree. I have thyme (used it today to make french onion soup), basil, oregano, parsley, dill, mint, sage, rosemary, and a few other in a rail planter on my front porch that will be on the deck, when that gets built. Two other types of peppers out front too along with a pineapple plant.
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          • FLBuckeye
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            Harry Yes, real turkeys. We have six turkey's, 23 chickens (American Buckeye breed), three ducks, four rabbits, two cats, and two Great Pyreneese. Most of the poultry gets shown in 4-H.

          • Harry
            Harry commented
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            Was going to make a really bad joke about the cats and dog. 'Nuff said. Pics of my wife's garden (I'm just the tote that barge person) will be up shortly - half a dozen raised beds, fig trees, berries, and rhubarb (the last of which has already been made into strawberry/rhubarb custard).

          • FLBuckeye
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            Harry When we get our new fence installed, we are going to get beds put in front of the chicken / turkey runs. Fence goes up on June 9. Hopefully, a week after that, the project will be complete. Going to follow this vid from Lowe's

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B--i7Cv8ffA
        • Voltron15
          Founding Member
          • Jul 2014
          • 54
          • Pittsburgh, PA
          • Jereme V.

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            Cigar- This changes quite often but I always have a humidor full to go along with whatever I'm sipping on.

          #7
          Garden is not in the ground yet this year but here are some shots from last year.

          This is the end of May 2015, day everything went in the ground.
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          This hand full of shots are all from the end of June. Hot and sweet peppers, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers and lettuce to the left. Beans, tomatos and squash on the right.
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          This last one is from the beginning of August when everything is really going strong
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          • martybartram
            martybartram commented
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            love your layout

          • LangInGibsonia
            LangInGibsonia commented
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            I was going to comment that you must live in Pittsburgh because your yard is level with your neighbors roof, then I checked your profile. Haha! It's crazy how we recognize little regional idiosyncrasies. Looks like West View. How close is my guess?

          • Voltron15
            Voltron15 commented
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            I had an aunt who lived in West View when I was a child and looking at my pics above, it does remind me of her neighborhood. I am actually currently in the Baldwin/Whitehall area but looking to move further south into Washington co.
        • Voltron15
          Founding Member
          • Jul 2014
          • 54
          • Pittsburgh, PA
          • Jereme V.

            -Equipment:
            Weber Copper Kettle 22" w/SnS
            Napoleon Prestige 500 w/GrillGrates
            PBC
            Maverick ET-732
            Thermapen
            ThermoPop
            Timestick
            -Future Purchase: The Good One Open Range

            -Beer: I drink a little bit of everything depending on the season or mood I'm in.

            -Wine: I like anything that is not too sweet.

            -Whiskey/Bourbon: My go to bottles include Bookers and Blantons.

            Cigar- This changes quite often but I always have a humidor full to go along with whatever I'm sipping on.

          #8
          Thanks, I always tend to jam to many plants into the space I have but its so hard to pick what to grow with so many choices out there, like you, tomatoes are my favorite and I eat them everyday in the summer months. Once everything is setup and planted the garden is pretty much on auto pilot besides some constant maneuvering of the indeterminate tomato plants.

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          • fuzzydaddy
            Charter Member
            • Nov 2014
            • 4931
            • Near my cookers...Pensacola FL
            • Hardware
              Slow 'N Sear Deluxe Kamado.
              Weber Kettles: 2-22" & 1-26".
              Slow 'N Sear, DnG Racks/Pans, SnS GrillGrates, Easy Spin Grates, Elevated Cooking Grates. (Several of each)
              Chimney starters.
              PartyQ.
              Joule.
              GrillGrates, GrateGriddles.
              Maverick XR-50 [my favorite].
              ThermoWorks Smoke & Gateway, Thermapen, Thermapop, ChefAlarms, DOT, probes

              Consumables / Favorites
              KBB (short cooks), Weber (long cooks)
              Ribs (beef & pork), Pork Butts, Chuck Roasts, Pork Tenderloins.
              Adrenaline BBQ salt free rubs: Not Just for Beef & Rocky’s Rub.
              MeatChurch Holy Cow. MMD, BBBR, S&G, Herbs de Provence, SPOG.

            #9
            I do have some greek oregano...and that's it!

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            • CeramicChef
              Former Member
              • Jul 2014
              • 1188
              • OKC, OK

              #10
              I love all the pics above. Those are really beautiful garden pics. Kudos to all y'all who can grow anything.

              As for me, I can't grow weeds. I have the "Black Thumb of Death!"

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              • Michael Brinton
                Club Member
                • May 2016
                • 249

                #11
                My herbs made it through the winter. Just got the tomatoes out. Garlic planted in the fall is getting near harvest. Raspberries are bloomed and going strong. Peppers are still under lights but I'm going with a few paprika types for spice rubs. And some Carolina reapers, oh boy.

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                • martybartram
                  martybartram commented
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                  I am going to stay tuned to your peppers progress, I have struggled with them historically.
              • Michael Brinton
                Club Member
                • May 2016
                • 249

                #12
                The complete chile pepper book by Dave DeWitt and Paul W. Bosland is a great resource. Big help in choosing peppers, supermarket names, dried names and raw plant names can all be different for the same pepper. One great tip, peppers are perennials you can pot your plants and bring them in for the winter. Putting out adult plants can yield great results (especially for big bells) I think Meathead even mentions doing this trick on the site.

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                • martybartram
                  martybartram commented
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                  Wow. I never realized that. I bet the mature plants can make a big difference. Thanks for the book tip too!

                • Harry
                  Harry commented
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                  My wife swears by this book. For those who are not thrilled with capsaicin (the heat thing in chiles), do NOT pass this book by. There are many varieties that add the "chile" without the "heat".
              • LangInGibsonia
                Club Member
                • Jan 2016
                • 134
                • Gibsonia, PA (suburban Pittsburgh)
                • Lang Riley

                  Suburban Pittsburgh, PA

                  22.5" Copper Weber Original Kettle Premium (2016)
                  Slow n Sear
                  Grill Grates
                  Drip n Griddle

                  Camp Chef 24" Smoke Vault.

                  Cheap Blue Ember 3 burner gas grill.

                  ET-732
                  Thermopen

                #13
                Just got our plants in the ground last weekend. The garden is about 12'x20' this year. Cherry, San Marzano and Big Boy tomatoes, red bell and Hungarian Hot peppers, two varieties of cucumber, (one for pickling) green beans, soy beans, snap peas, green cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale and Butter Crunch lettuce. I have basil, oregano, parsley, dill, (for the pickles) cilantro, rosemary and thyme in pots on the deck for easy access.
                Last edited by LangInGibsonia; May 27th, 2016, 12:37 PM.

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                • PappyFatcap
                  Charter Member
                  • May 2015
                  • 41
                  • Chicago Suburbs

                  #14
                  We have awful soil here so we go with container gardening every year. We just planted last weekend so nothing much to show. We mainly go with tomatoes and peppers but here's the full list:

                  German Queen tomatoes
                  Indigo Rose tomatoes
                  Black cherry tomatoes
                  Chocolate sprinkles tomatoes
                  Cherry tomatoes
                  Charger tomatoes
                  Roma tomatoes
                  Red bell pepper
                  Green bell pepper
                  Jalapenos
                  Bhut Jolokia peppers (ghost pepper)
                  Pimento peppers
                  Pepprocini peppers
                  Red romaine lettuce
                  Red leaf lettuce
                  Kale
                  Basil
                  Chives
                  Mint
                  Patio baby eggplant


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                  • Harry
                    Charter Member
                    • Jun 2015
                    • 263
                    • Wash DC & environs
                    • Weber One-Touch Platinum (the discontinued 4-legged, dome hole in the middle model plus a Smokenator when smoking); ThermoWorks TW 3628 & Kintrex IRT 0421 for briskets & other long cooks; Taylor Weekend Warrior (for the lanyard, not the cooktemps) & several ThermoPens for all others. I fully embrace the Minion Method and use Kingsford classic briquettes & Cowboy hardwood charcoal exclusively. Dry woodchips, of course. Beer - Devils Backbone Vienna Lager; bourbon - ALL but Bonded is preferred.

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