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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

The Fruits of My Labour. Literally. {WW}

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13 comments:

  1. What are you growing? I'd like to see updates:) I'm doing strawberries for the first time, and tomatoes, peppers, & onions.

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    1. Aren't you a peach, I mean tomato :)

      I've planted the following: beets, radishes, chard, lettuce, spinach, cabbage, peppers, basil, green onions, beans and peas. Everything is up. My cherry tomatoes (first year) have started to flower.

      If you show me yours, I'll show you mine :) More pictures will definitely be coming. I love my garden.

      Besos, Sarah

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  2. Yay! Looking good..I can definitely tell that you got a head start on me!

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  3. wow look at your garden! it is so nice to be out in the garden, watching it grow.. I seen a few strawberries on my plant, and my mojito mints I will be using a few on the weekend for drinks..

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  4. Oh, that's just great! I wish I had a garden but between the deck and the dog run there's just no room.

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  5. Isn't it so exciting when everything starts to sprout! Then there's the harvest and the eating of your labors... the sweetest and best food ever!

    Wishing you a wonderful day!
    xoxo

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  6. Good job!!! Now I can refer to you as Farmer Sarah... eieio. :-)

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  7. Love the garden-You'll have to show your progress. Just going to work on mine after lunch too!

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  8. Wonderful! Looking forward to more garden pics.

    We have ours sprouting now, hoping to have pics up next week.

    Country Bunkin Mama

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  9. Awesome!! Last year I planted and planted and all that grew was weeds :P Yours looks awesome! This year I have a few sprouts so far, and I just bought a strawberry plant this am that already has tons of strawberries on it!!

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  10. good for you! i FINALLY got my garden in this past week. what a late spring! hopefully it will be a nice summer.

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  11. Yum! I love homegrown, fresh veggies!

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