How Does My Garden Grow?

We have this ugly side yard on the East side of our house.  There is an old shed and some rocks.  Nothing more.

Boxes were built.

Soil was delivered.

Seedlings and seeds were planted.

And now we have bumping seedlings.

Edamame, cucumbers, and beans.

Zucchini.  Tomatoes.

Hopefully with Jake’s oversight, the garden will continue to flourish.

It’s nothing compared to my father’s garden, but at least it is a start.


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3 Responses to How Does My Garden Grow?

  1. Patty says:

    Wonderful, wonderful! I’m thrilled. I’m moving my front gate roses (in boxes) and will plant tomatoes. In Eugene, it’s pointless to plant tomatoes until May, when it really heats up. I’d like a Community Garden plot, but I’m on a waiting list. Everything in my yard is too shady for vegetables except the driveway. Hence, driveway boxes of parsley and onions, and, soon, tomatoes.

  2. MELISSA says:

    looks great! I’ve only got 3 wine barrels with plants that refuse to grow, but won’t quite die. And the only reason your dad’s looks so great is because of all the awesome weeding we did such a long time ago! 🙂

  3. cookingcampus says:

    yup, my dad’s success is all on us. i’ve tried to grow tomatoes in pots before and it was a big failure. i think i got one tiny tomato all season. what are you trying to grow?

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