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Your photos, please? :-)

Posted by jodifromoregon z6, central OR (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 20, 08 at 19:04

Hi All. I would sure love to see more photos of your potagers/veg gardens. I'm a newbie edibles gardener (and an oldie with flowers), and I don't have any growth worth photographing yet in my veg gardens, but I love the inspiration I feel from viewing others' photos. I still have so much work to do throughout our yards and gardens, and I would love to steal ideas from you all (lol). ;-)

So if you wouldn't mind terribly... I keep a daily watch on this forum but haven't seen new posts or photos in awhile.

Thank you, and happy gardening!

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RE: Your photos, please? :-)

Hi, well, I recently moved into a 55 plus park and have to go with containers, but it has been intresting. If you visit my site, click on the June 8 link for the latest pictures. chuck

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RE: Your photos, please? :-)

  • Posted by aulani 6 E. Kansas (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 7, 08 at 14:33

Here's one I took this morning. I put tags on it; hope they show up. The milk can was my Dad's. I got it from his garden 40 years ago.

Can you see the apples? Golden Delicious.,This petunia attracts hummingbirds.,Milk can from my Dad's garden from 40 yrs. ago.,scarecrow hiding next to green beans.,patty squash,bachelor buttons

RE: Your photos, please? :-)

Gorgeous, aulani! Wow, everything is beautiful, and that milk can is wonderful. What a special touch of charm that (no doubt much-loved) can provides your garden.



RE: Your photos, please? :-)


that is a really fine garden, as I have told you before. Love the bean towers. The milk can is special. I have one too that was my great-grandfather's. It's on my front porch with dried willow twigs poked into it. What is the plant in the front center?

I like the straw in your paths. Looks good. That is what I used. When it decomposes, I scoop it up and toss it into the garden beds.

~ Annie

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