Thread: Show your garden Thread..

Rydethwind - 8/31/2008 at 03:45 PM

I never see any talk about gardens here do many of you grow even a small one post them up...heres part of ours this year...


Brucebcd - 8/31/2008 at 04:28 PM

That's a hell of a garden there. I really find it hard to believe you live in downtown L.A.

I finally grew a decent crop of tomato's this year, about 20 per day have been coming ripe for the last month or so. Walk around the block every day giving bags of them away.


Rydethwind - 8/31/2008 at 04:45 PM

LMAO downtown LA indeed..... we have had a good growing year so far 40 quarts of dill and various other types of pickles,34 quarts of tomatos,18 quarts of pole beans,alot of corn but we ate it already...,lots of peppers,Okra,a few hills of new potatos,and of course onions... we also have a patch of birdhouse gourds going and we want to put up a martin colony usining the gourds next year...UMMMMMM fresh produce..


Haisija - 8/31/2008 at 04:52 PM

Looks great MIke. I sure miss gardening up in Kearney, Missouri where I used to live.
Had a watermelon and cantalope patch the was out of this world. Did the corn, green bean, strawberry and tomato thing too but my melons were fantastic. Largest was a 44 pounder.


ruthelane - 8/31/2008 at 06:11 PM

Long Hair (Custer) thought he was the greatest man in the world. Now he lies there.


White Bull
Sioux Chief


I love that !!! Great looking garden too.


stu_pidasso - 8/31/2008 at 06:46 PM

Mine's pretty much done now! I ate the last peach from my tree (yummmm) and tomatoes are almost gone. Sunflowers are wilting and Deer ate my blueberries. Does this sound like a making of a country song?


playallnite - 8/31/2008 at 09:18 PM

Quote:Long Hair (Custer) thought he was the greatest man in the world. Now he lies there.


White Bull
Sioux Chief: Unquote


Did you know that Custer was the first guy to wear an Arrow shirt?


ruthelane - 8/31/2008 at 11:36 PM

ROFLMAO!!! Are we desparate or what?


Rydethwind - 8/31/2008 at 11:41 PM

quote:
Quote:Long Hair (Custer) thought he was the greatest man in the world. Now he lies there.


White Bull
Sioux Chief: Unquote


Did you know that Custer was the first guy to wear an Arrow shirt?


i think you need to explain more i am not familiar with what a arrow shirt is but i know his only had one arrow in his torso and he was shot in the head most likley self inflicted...and i know the Natives who fought him found his arrogance baffeling.. ok back to gardens..


Eaglesgreen - 9/1/2008 at 01:53 AM

Tomato crop was lousy for me this year, except for the cherries. Had a good size pumpkin goin' till the groundhog from under my shed ate half of it!! Anyone got any non-firearm solutions to my groundhog problem? Also, any soil prep. recommendations, supplements? I admittedly still have a lot to learn with the veggies but love to be out in the yard killing some stress.


Rydethwind - 9/1/2008 at 04:50 AM

Ok non firearm a bow and arrow works very well,a live trap or haveaheart but take him along way from your home, also a conibaer trap will take him out quickly and humainly.

Supplements for the soil have it PH tested your local agriculture office should be able to do this ,then add the things your soil is lacking in also use a product called agzime all oragnic gives a boost to new plants,also fertilize with fish emulsion every two weeks, use straw for mulch and use soaker hoses... have fun it is awesome to eat off your own little patch of ground..


Tarzan - 9/4/2008 at 07:51 PM

nice pics


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