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Thursday, July 01, 2010

Square Foot Garden Progress

April 12
April 12
April 12
April 22
April 22
Lettuce, Radish, Swiss Chard, Onion
April 22
Radish & Lettuce
May 28
Carrots, Spinach
May 28
Tomato, Squash, Cucumber, Red Pepper, Sweet Pepper, Basil
June 5
Same as above, a week later.
June 5
Lettuce (replaced radishes), Swiss Chard, Mesclan, Spinach, Carrots, Onion
June 13
Same as 2 pics above, a week later. (Tomato, Squash, Cucumber, Red Pepper, Sweet Pepper, Basil)
June 30
Same as bed above, 2 1/2 weeks later!
June 30
This cucumber leaf below was only 2 inches on May 28.
On June 30, a month later, it is 7 inches!
Pretty Amazing, huh?  So cool to see God's Creation grow!
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This post is linked to:
It's A HodgePodge Friday @ Its A HodgePodge Life
Metamorphasis Monday @ Between Naps On The Porch
Show And Tell @ Blue Cricket Design
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16 comments:

  1. Beyond amazing:) love the pics

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  2. I was out playing in the dirt today too. . .I get so excited to see all the amazing growth happening! I have lots of baby tomatos. . .can't wait for them to ripen!

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  3. wow...what a great garden! way to go!

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  4. Stopping by from New Friend Friday and so glad that I did! Your blog is so neat, I can't wait to look around more. I really wanted to have a garden this year, but we are in the process of moving so I have to wait until next summer. Your pics are great inspiration.

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  5. I love that. I just started my vegetable garden and the birds are all eating on my fresh tomatoes, I saw how you place the wire fence on there. I was looking for that at Home Depot, but couldn't find it. Do you know where you bought yours? and I am your new follower. Great blog you have here. Come visit me at http://showmemama.blogspot.com

    Happy Friday!

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  6. Hi! New follower from Friendly Friday - love your blog! I hope to see you at Dropped Stitches!

    xo Erin

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  7. Wow, your plants are making me hungry. Your garden is beautiful, and I really like your plant signs. I've never really grown anything, but maybe someday, when we live in a house...

    Stopping by from New Friend Friday

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  8. This is such a great idea and I love that you've documented it so well. I really like your blog (I found you on New Friend Fridays) and I'll be back. Following now...

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  9. My Mom and Dad like to grow vegetables. I love all your pictures. Im now following back.

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  10. I am follwing you from Friday-Follow. Nice Garden...Love your blog!

    Happy 4th,

    Tracy

    www.cutorcopyandpaste.blogspot.com

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  11. Okay, I am bookmarking this blog post... my hubby and I are going to do a big herb and veggie garden next spring.

    So glad to find you!

    Lily- I'm your 300th follower =)

    http://bilslandfamily.blogspot.com/

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  12. What a wonderful garden! I find gardening to be SOOOO fulfilling! Great job and I love your boxes...did you use 2x6's?

    Kelly

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  13. thanks everyone!
    @ Kelly, yes 2x6.
    @ show me mama--My chicken wire fence only comes up about 2 feet, to keep bunnies and squirrels out of the garden. I have not noticed birds taking my tomatoes, that would not make me happy!!

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  14. What a nice garden! I would love to know where you got your garden markers. Love reading your blog!

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  15. Love your blog. Just found it through tip junkie.
    I was going to do this with free box springs through craigslist. I'm not much of a builder.

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