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Recent pictures of the tropical and edible container garden

Posted by nullzero 9 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 1, 11 at 13:38

Took some pictures this memorial day weekend. The garden has been growing like crazy. I have noticed significant growth from last week.

Here is a picture of a section of the container garden. Dwarf Orinoco banana is pictured in the right. Numerous edible plants and herbs around it.

From May 30, 2011

Another picture of a section of the container garden. My dog Pepper is pictured bolting through the containers. To the left of Pepper, is a Elixir Cherimoya, to the right a Holiday Avocado and Selma Cherimoya.

From May 30, 2011

Here is a pugged Mauritius lychee, that I obtained in a trade. This plant is still acclimating to its environment. It is planted in a 18 gal. tote self watering container I made.

From May 30, 2011

Lucuma seedling, with Cherimoya seedlings in the background.

From May 30, 2011


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RE: Recent pictures of the tropical and edible container garden

Very NICE Null!! A great selection you have there. Thanks for the great pictures! The pugged lychee looks like its coming along nicely. Good luck!


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RE: Recent pictures of the tropical and edible container garden

puglvr1,

Thanks for the comment, I try to make everything happy. I am thinking of trying some smart pots or rootmaker grow bags for some of my tropical edible plants.


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