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    Well that certainly was an interesting thread. I was going to compliment your hard work and what appeared to be you having container gardening down to a science until I saw your second attempt which you weren't thrilled with. Yep, go back to what was working out the best.


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    well our official frost free day was last weekend so I have planted out much of this years crop. I made a brief video tour of it: http://youtu.be/ucJDNjZAOIw
    I am a landscaper by trade so like the mechanic who has the worst running car on the street, my yard is a mish mash of orphaned and volunteer plants as well as random finds at the nursery. As I live in condo so I dont like to plant much in the ground cuz when I do it becomes strata common property, the pots are MINE.

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    Made some new containers for this year. Still need to build new frames and shade covers.

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    Here's the progress report on the new earthboxes.

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    I bet those containers would work well in an aquaponic wicking bed setup.

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    Just had fresh from the garden. Broccoli, beans and greens.

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    nice outfit there!!!!thanks for the detailed pics

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    hi
    Im new to this site its very good giving ideas a LIKE come and have a look at the tunnel we put up made a stove in it to keep it warm in the winter lovely photos you have
    DSCN1654.JPGpats new tunnel june 2013 011.jpg
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    thought you might like this thrid bee.jpg

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    What are you feeding them things! I thought you got started behind me, but wow that sure has taken off.
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    I always envy you this time of year, your toms look great.
    Mine aren't nearly as big, but I have flowers. I do covet your peppers and/or chillies. I'm struggling to grow them over here, even in the greenhouse they take forever.
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    Very nice, Crash........I am a big fan of vertical gardens as well.
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    wow! crash nice garden.beautiful plants and everyone loves fresh veggies.
    we are moving to retirement where its high desert and only about a month of
    no chance of frost.
    so we need to be learning alot of garden growning skills .probably in a green house.
    thanks for sharing your beautiful garden.its wonderful.
    right now in town we are getting blueberries from our yard,apples,tomatoes,kale,broccoli,
    and onions,plums and raspberries.strawberries are over.we are still getting rhubarb.
    and today i am picking in the wild.blackberries.

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