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Garden 13
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We did pretty well with our container garden this year.  We had lots of peppers, tomatos, watermelon, sqush and strawberries, but they never make it into the house.

Next year I'm going to just do peppers and tomatos hydroponically.  I think that will save on the water bill.

 
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'Liberty275 dateline='' Wrote: We did pretty well with our container garden this year.  We had lots of peppers, tomatos, watermelon, sqush and strawberries, but they never make it into the house.

Next year I'm going to just do peppers and tomatos hydroponically.  I think that will save on the water bill.

 

 

 

 

Learning how to garden in our new climate is proving interesting.  Tomatoes grew like crazy, never set on.  Herbs are fine, peppers did great.  Will try more veggies come spring.  Fruit trees are doing well, if they make it through the freeze.

 
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Quote:Tomatoes grew like crazy, never set on.
What does that mean?  Set on?  We just do it for the fun.
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Well, we got NO tomatoes, lib.  Wait, did you just make a joke and I didn't get it?
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