Garden Update 6/11

So my squash and cucumber plants have taken over the garden. Ahem. Their leaves smashed my poor spinach plants. I would like to blame the plants themselves, but I'm pretty sure it was poor planning on the gardener's part. {Gonna fire that gardener.} But look at this beauty that I pulled from the garden this morning. If this is a sign ...

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It’s a Jungle Out There {Garden Update}

So, my camera has broken (or it's fixability is not within my range of handiness), so we are stuck with the iPhone picture. I pinned up my cucumber and squash this last weekend, as they were roaming all over the garden! I have a few blossoms popping up, as well. I put 4 organic strawberry plants in ...

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Our Garden: 2011 Prep and Plans

Well, as you know, I am no stellar gardener, but I am going to make an attempt at one again this year :D To make everything more complicated a little different this year, we are moving our garden to the back yard where our plants won't fry in the hot sun will have a (hopefully) better ...

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Happy Fall, Y’all!

Fall has been "officially" here for several weeks now, but it is just now starting to feel like fall here in southern Oklahoma. Well, it feels like fall in the early morning time! Ha! It has been several months awhile since I've given you a garden update, and I have a good reason. My garden pretty much flopped. It ...

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Garden Update: The pumpkins are taking over.

The pumpkins are taking over. If these plants are any indication, I will be up to my ears in pumpkins this fall. My tomatoes have not quite recovered from their severe lack of water earlier this summer, but a few are trying to survive. My basil and sage are doing quite well. I haven't killed either of them ...

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