Winter Garden Update:1

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Look ya’ll!  My garden is still alive!

 

 


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In fact.  It thrives!

 

 

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Look how big my lettuce got!

 

 

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Can you see the difference?  The one above is the day I planted it.

 

 

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Here is it now!  Look!  It is growing over the side of the pot!

 

 

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Here are the Brussels!  They grow too!

 

 

Don’t worry.  I’m not going to bore you with pics of before and afters of each plant.

 

 

But they are growing!

 

 

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A lot!

 

 

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He grows so tall!

 

 

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Sunflowers.

 

 

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Basil.

 

 

Remember those other seeds I planted?

 

 

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Those are beets.  Good thing I want to marry them.

 

 

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I can’t remember what this is.  But see the little green sprout?

 

 

Mama is proud!

 

 

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Carrots!

 

 

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This is my mystery batch.  I think the ones in the front left corner are radishes, same for the rest of the front — they look the same so they must be!

 

 

The tall ones are sunflowers.

 

 

The one in the far left back corner is the lone pole bean.  Poor lonely guy.

 

 

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Remember this guy?

 

 

Well, actually these guys.

 

 

Two pepper plants that should have died a long time ago.

 

 

I’m trying to save them.

 

 

Someone call plant 911?

 

 

But look!

 

 

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Can you see?  This one has a couple (2 to be exact) blooms?!?!?!

 

 

Peppers could be coming soon!

 

 

Too bad I don’t like them.

 

 

But Chris will be happy.

 

 

He loves peppers.

 

 

Especially hot ones.

 

 

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Another pot of sunflowers.

 

 

Because they are sunny and pretty and make me smile.

 

 

And will probably liven up a winter garden.

 

 

If I don’t kill it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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