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Rohn & Sweet Sue's Garden

Post by Rohn on Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:48 am

Here are some pictures of my garden that I took today. I finally got everything planted and now am waiting and watching it grow. Very Happy


Here are some flowers from our raised flower beds. Not many blossoms yet but they do look promising.






This is part of my daughter's herb garden. This is wintergreen and makes a great tea.


Here is another of her herb garden. I am not sure what is here since she does the herbs and I do the veggies. Smile


This is also my daughter's garden. She has planted climbing beans and put in her teepee for them to climb on. The trellis is for Morning Glory flowers to climb.


Here are some of my tomatoes. We put in 121 tomatoe plants this year. We also mulched with at least 6 layers of news paper around the plants and used grass clippings on the news papers. Never tried it before but it seems to be working great so far.


Here is a corner of my garden that I put flowers in. I like to mix flower spots in my vegitable garden to give it some color and also invite polinators to help the garden to be more productive.
We have beans just coming up and squash poking out of the soil. It is a great time of the year! We thank the Good Lord that we are able to put in so much this year. cheers
We also planted around 70 lbs of Golden Yukon potatoes in another garden area that a friend of mine gave me for gardening this year.

Hope you have enjoyed looking. Comments and questions always welcome.
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Post by Sonshine on Fri Jun 01, 2012 11:04 pm

I think the herb you didn't know what it was looks like it could be thyme, but I would have to get a closer look. Smile Everything looks great. Think your daughter would be willing to share some of that wintergreen? I have spearmint and peppermint, but would love to add some wintergreen.

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Post by Rohn on Sat Jun 02, 2012 8:39 pm

Sonshine wrote:I think the herb you didn't know what it was looks like it could be thyme, but I would have to get a closer look. Smile Everything looks great. Think your daughter would be willing to share some of that wintergreen? I have spearmint and peppermint, but would love to add some wintergreen.

Sonshine,
This shows how little I know about Esther's herb garden, but that mint isn't wintergreen. I asked her about her tea, since she was working when I took and posted the pictures. That isn't wintergreen it is peppermint and spearmint, she doesn't have any wintergreen. If she did we would gladly share. Sorry. Sad
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Post by Sonshine on Sat Jun 02, 2012 9:43 pm

Rohn, that's ok. I haven't seen any wintergreen around here. I think next year I'm going to try to find some online.

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