What else do you grow in your garden?

That shit should never leave a pot. I’ve had it grow all the way under a sidewalk and pop up on the other side before.

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Is this your garden, @chrisD? That looks mad cozy.

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I just removed all the grass and weeds around my honey berry bushes. These suckers are seriously cold hardy up to -20F you need to have at least 2 different types so they can pollinate each other. I have an Aurora borealis, a viking aurora and a honey bee!
https://honeyberryusa.com/about-honeyberry.html
Heres a link to where i get my hasklap/honey berry bushes.

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Must water more!

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Progress






Mint and Catnip both have nice purple flowers

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Dam you guys are way ahead of me, I’m just getting started because of temps. Just got cucs. and melons in yesterday, corn and more will be this weekend. @rucifer999 @skinnyhb looks awesome

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Always be Growing

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@skinnyhb Still have alot of room to fill, lol cucumbers, and cantaloupe so far. :sunglasses:

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Looking good Dforce! Your climate looks just like mine. Where on the globe you’re at?

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Michigan, temps start to even out around end of May. Any time sooner is so unpredictable, can have frost in the morning and warm up to 70°

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perfectenschlag-perfect

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This Az heat is killer for crops. I have blackberries and strawberries also but have to build a good setup for the temperamental plants.

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It’s funny you help them out. I make them hate grow. Usually I’ll flood the flower bed in the morning, sometimes I also flood it in the evening. By flood I mean simply a standing 1/2" of water. I use all the soil from my previous grows to give my garden bed the nutrients it needs. My cats also donate a lot of free :poop: and as a result of their free :poop: I give my grown food to my neighbors. All these fools eating my cats shit, it fills me with joy.

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Your neighbors reading this
:eye::lips::eye:

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Strawberries, all sorts of beans, cabbages, carrots, potatoes, salads, onion, leek, spinache, and other greens…



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That’s a bit like over here. Although, the morning frost part is now officially over.

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Very nice. :sunglasses:

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@skinnyhb hey to get more tomatoes. “Tickle the flowers” A tomato plants flower is both a male and a female. The male is the pointed down bottom part and the female is the upper part with the pedals. If youget a small stick or your finger and lightly flick or jiggle the male part it will pollinate it like if a honey bee were to vibrate or disturb the male portion of the flower. But be warned you can get way too many tomatos!! Also did you get a couple tomatoe spikes in the ground for easy fertilization for the season?

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I need to go out there and pick all the veg off of my plants. It’s going to be a fruit fly heaven if I don’t.

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