July update

Discussion in 'Fruit and Veg Gardening' started by razyrsharpe, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. razyrsharpe

    razyrsharpe Seedling

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    it has been a few weeks since my last post. here are pics of my garden since late june.

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    habanero peppers ( photo / image / picture from razyrsharpe's Garden )





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    more habs... ( photo / image / picture from razyrsharpe's Garden )





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    Tabasco peppers ( photo / image / picture from razyrsharpe's Garden )





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    red bells...these were picked today. ( photo / image / picture from razyrsharpe's Garden )





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    yellow squash in containers...my 3rd attempt this season at squash! grrrrrr... ( photo / image / picture from razyrsharpe's Garden )





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    north end of the garden. heat is getting some plants but otherwise good ( photo / image / picture from razyrsharpe's Garden )





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    okra! ( photo / image / picture from razyrsharpe's Garden )
     
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  3. EJ

    EJ Allotmenteer Extraordinaire

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    Wow, looking good. I have had limited success in the past with habaneros so must try harders, and have had zero success with okra so have given up on that one. I shall have to make do admiring yours.
     
  4. Jacquelyn

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    I love growing peppers.. But hate eating them..I just make salsa for daddy... Be careful when you pick them and when you cook them... They hurt like crazy when they get in the eye......
     
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    Just out of curiosity, what happened to the first two attempts on yellow squash? I wish my peppers were looking like yours.
     



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  6. Philip Nulty

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    Everything looking very healthy,..nice Peppers indeed,..i love Peppers in Salads,..fingers crossed with the Squash for you,..and they also are looking good.
     
  7. razyrsharpe

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    first two tries at squash ended in weak plants that died w/out gaining any size to speak of.
     
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    Everything looks good. My husband would like to be turned out with your peppers! Good luck with that squash!
     
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    cherylad Countess of Cute-ification Plants Contributor

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    I'm just curious... is there a particular reason you're growing the squash in containers?
     
  10. razyrsharpe

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    growing the squash in raised beds and in rows failed...so i am trying containers for the first time...
     

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