Tuesday, May 24, 2016

In the Garden with Joe Todd

MQTlogoa TOMATOES,PEPPERS,SQUASH,CUCUMBERS,ONIONS,ASPARAGUS, ZUCCHINI,PEACHES,APPLES,PEARS,AND RED RASPBERRIES.
TOMATOGUYINTHEGARDEN A photo tour on this fine spring day in May.
DSC_0001 These tomatoes and peppers still need to be planted, but I’ve run out of room.
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DSC_0005 Some of Linda’s flowers
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DSC_0007 Butternut squash and cucumbers in LARGE containers.
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Raised bed tomatoes.. Celebrity and Super Sauce Romas ("a Roma with Aroma")
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Fencing need to keep deer and critters from “devastating” the plants
DSC_0026 Apples.. Two apple Two peach and Two pear
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Blueberries and Rhubarb..almost forgot about these. Already had one full cutting of the rhubarb.
DSC_0029 this is the “mystery spot” What do you think is planted here????
DSC_0002650x400 This is how the plants started…all from seeds I planted and started indoors.
CornucopiaThanksgiving Hope everyone has a great day… Thanks for stopping by…..
MQTlogoa TOMATOES,PEPPERS,SQUASH,CUCUMBERS,ONIONS,ASPARAGUS, ZUCCHINI,PEACHES,APPLES,PEARS,AND RED RASPBERRIES.
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4 comments:

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Hello Joe and Linda -- I LOVE your garden! It already looks great even at this very early stage -- great work. (Rhubarb already? I am so impressed.) And those tomatoes are going to be so scrumptious -- nothing better in the world than homegrown tomatoes. But the huge variety of stuff you have ... fruit and vegetables ... is beyond wonderful.

Linda Gross said...

We don't have much in the way of plants in our yard...four blueberry bushes, an azalea, a Rhody and some sunflowers that my husband planted. The sunflowers aren't doing well. I think he will try again after Memorial Day.

Betsy Adams said...

Lookin' Good ---and we KNOW how much work all of that entails.... We ONLY grow flowers here --but you have both veggies and flowers.... PERFECT.

Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

I think your garden looks great, although I can sympathize with the 'running out of room' problem. I always had a large vegetable garden before we moved here -- only flowers are allowed in the yard in our community.