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    got busted by the 12 pic sheriff …..😂
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    • smokenoob
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      hoovarmin I follow my sweetheart!
      Last edited by smokenoob; June 10, 2024, 06:36 AM.

    • barelfly
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      You coming out to the west for good? Or just vacation again?

    • smokenoob
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      barelfly Joanne lobbies “for good”, I lobby “for vacation” 😁

    Harvested 14 jalapenos from the plant that ate my entire water trough planter. See SUWYC for the poppers.

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      hoovarmin It’s just the one plant but it’s gotten really large. It made it through last winter and just kept going.

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      When I get a big harvest of Jalapeno's I simply rinse n dry then pop into a ziplock into the freezer. I have kept them well over a year. Cut while still frzn for all yer pepper needs.
      Easy to deseed. use yer gloves n don't touch anything else.
      Last edited by Alan Brice; June 14, 2024, 09:45 AM.

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      Jim White You can move jalapeno's into a garage or something, trimmed down, and they will come back strong in the spring. Well, I have read this can be done and am going to try it this fall.

    Wish I could grow some onions that aren't tiny...

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    That's not even remotely the biggest one.

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      Wow!

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      I need a yard of your soil for a new raised garden bed, please!

    In the greenhouse: two early girls, one beefsteak, one purple Cherokee. Main garden: two Anaheim peppers, a sugar cherry tomato, black cherry tomato, husky cherry tomato, and Juliet tomato. The Juliet is a grape/roma hybrid.
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      We've downsized our garden quite a bit in recent years. Now we have just 5 tomatoes and a basil plant. The determinate tomatoes are in pots or planters. Our 1 indeterminate is in a raised bed (made with cinderblocks).

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        My Christmas tree is growing ornaments now!😁
        looks like a Charlie Brown tree though..
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          Still with these damn tiny onions...

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          Also, it looks like the catnip bolted...

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            Our garden got off to a slow start this year due to weather and the need to treat the beds for some soil living pest but it is rapidly catching up. Basic summary is 10 tomato plant (5 varieties ) 10 pepper plants (5 varieties) and then the others like eggplants, squashes, zucchini, horseradish, okra, peas, beans. and a few others including some herbs.
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              First summer squash and golden zucchini!
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                'Tiny Tim' aka Tidy Treats is getting some ripe maters…we also picked up a Dragon Roll pepper, unseen…anyone grow these?

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                There are three teeny peppers on it. Here's the updated garden photo, but 'Tiny Tim' and his flowers are hiding the pepper.

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                  Great space

                Today I was weeding our apple trees and took a quick snap of one of them, our Arkansas Black tree. The fence is to keep deer from damaging them too much.
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                  When is it eligible for parole?

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                  hoovarmin 2nd Saturday of November. Just in time to come to our annual cider pressing.

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                  Donw that sounds like a wonderful tradition

                Fresh off the vine this morning! Black cherry, sun cherry, and Juliets, which are a Roma/grape hybrid. Also an Anaheim pepper. Oh and two early girls.
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                  Great to see the tomatoes getting ripe in Maryland. Walked the garden this morning and while plenty of large tomatoes on the vines none are close to ripe yet. Last year many were ripe starting on the 4th of July. So there is still hope. On the other hand peppers are coming in left and right.

                Peppers are starting to come in pretty strong, and a few early girls were ready.
                First batch of Cowboy Candy, and small batch of salsa...
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                  First Early Girl getting ripe. Today, it's twice as red as when I took this.

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                  • SheilaAnn
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                    Maybe it’s a scale thing, but that looks like a big ole early girl!

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