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My Kitchen Garden

Posted by resalesally 6A/7B NC (resalesally@aol.com) on
Fri, Sep 7, 12 at 10:47

My kitchen garden is almost complete. I need a little more stone on some paths and the far long side needs finishing. I will plant (and transplant) the perennial herbs and rhubarb along that side.


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Very nice! I try to keep my Nasturtium out of the vege garden cause it is a PEST! I do let it go rampunt in the herb garden, though (cause it is edible) I do have to rip it up from time to time. Chuck it over to the neighbor's goats.
I also have morning glories OUT of the vege garden! Climbing up a naked umbrella.
No Nasties or MG in my veges! LOL! Nancy


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awesome photo, I like the birdbath in the center

Sean


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Lush and lovely, neat paths.


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Nice! More pictures please.

I used nasturtiums as a companion plant with my squash last year. The nasturtiums did make it hard to find the zukies but none succumbed to squash borer or squash bugs! This year, I'm going with a yellow stripe zuke and cherry colored nasturtiums. (So hopefully no more lost baseball bat sized squash.)


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How beautiful!


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The garden looks beautiful, very healthy and attractive. Good job!


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I agree - it is lovely! Would love to see more pics from different angles - I get inspired by pics of other people's potagers!


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Very nice, inspiring. My garden is still in my head. I'm in New York (Long Island) still too cool and wet.


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