Sunday, June 25, 2017

our community garden plot

cabbage, potatoes, courgettes, broccoli, beans and strawberries are all planted in this bed.


 potatoes

 

 chard - which we have been picking and enjoying


 beans


 one of our strawberry plants outside, we have a couple in the hoop house which are growing faster


the  tomatoes are taking over.  In the front is parsley which we have been  picking and we have a few radishes left.  We ate a bunch we had weeks ago.


 more tomatoes, we planted five tomato plants and they're doing good. 


24 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    That is very nice together growing vegetables and harvesting.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. Ha Bill, dat ziet er goed uit Bill, Hoop dat je er lekker van kunt genieten, heerlijk verse groente uit eigen tuin.
    Groet Kees.

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  3. It´s all looking good and growing well! Home grown food tastes so much better.

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  4. Its looking very good and a lot of people would be better off with such a garden.

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  5. That looks good, everything is growing well. Enjoy your harvest.

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  6. Great Job, Bill. You garden looks super. Isn't it amazing what you can grow in a small space?

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  7. All your edible plants are doing so well. It is very rewarding to harvest your own grown edibles and they taste better too. Have a beautiful Sunday!

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  8. Looks like there are many green thumbs involved in the gardening here Bill ☺

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  9. That's a great garden. I think community gardens are an excellent idea.

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  10. It is lovely, Bill! Such a worthwhile endeavour!

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  11. Community gardens are such a worthwhile endeavour. You all eat well! Back from our Alaska cruise. Missed all of you; come visit!

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  12. Really wonderful concept. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Your tomatoes are doing very well indeed!

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  14. I wish I could come over and get some of those tomatoes from you. They look like they would be very tasty, unlike the ones I get at the supermarket. You've got quite a garden patch going here. How wonderful.

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  15. Had to look up "courgette".

    Called zucchini in North America :-)

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  16. Your tomato plants look great. Mine are coming along, a bit slower than I would like!

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  17. All of this looks so good, that I'm changing my plans for dinner. I want vegetables, and lots of them...
    Your header photo is fantastic. What a gorgeous area.

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  18. Wow! Everything looks like it's coming along very well! I'm envious. I've gotten going so very late this year we'll be lucky if we harvest much more than lettuce.

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  19. You can eat soon your own vegetable, how nice.

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  20. My parents had a vegetable garden at the back of the property when I was growing up. It got smaller as time went on- Dad didn't like planting!

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  21. Wonderful! I'm especially partial to the chard and tomatoes. Enjoy!

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  22. Muito bom cultivar uma horta. Os tomates estão bonitos.

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