#1 First house. First garden. First basil plant.
I can smell this picture.
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#2 Our sage REALLY liked our compost mix this year!!
They don't even look real! So beautiful!
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#3 Massive beets from last fall's harvest, used a 4-liter milk jug for scale.
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#4 My carrot looks like a kraken.
Purple Cthulhu carrots.
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#5 I found this massive zucchini hiding in the back of my garden this morning!
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#6 My "Brussels sprouts" plant that turned out to be a Cauliflower because my seed packet had the wrong label.
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#7 Third harvest this size.
Just a heads up: don't eat the yellowing cucumbers. They have a mild toxin that'll give you diarrhea. And they're bitter.
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#8 I’m growing my cantaloupe vertically and they needed a little support so I crocheted some tiny little hammocks.
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#9 The joy of having a bountiful harvest of mustard greens.
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#10 Stayed up late for my first dragonfruit flower!!!
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#11 This strawberry.
I’m not sure if that looks delicious or terrifying.
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#12 When hobbies collide.
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#13 My son got this cabbage as part of the Bonnie scholarship contest, and we harvested it today. 15 pounds of cabbage goodness!
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#14 I quit my job a few months ago to become a full time gardener for a restaurant! This is just some of today's pepper harvest. I have landed my dream job!
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#15 We grew some zucchini (:
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#16 Just another ‘I grew this picture’. But seriously, I GREW THIS!!
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#17 My first ever sweet potato harvest.
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#18 I'm so impressed with the colours! 🌈
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#19 Me standing next to the sunflowers my hubby said would never grow because all I did was “throw seeds on the ground and covered them with dirt” . Using myself as a scale, I’m 5’4. 🤗🌻
But that’s how gardening works! Congrats on such lovely flowers. 🌻👀🌿
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#20 A couple of years ago I threw a pineapple top in the dirt to compost. Today I'm harvesting these two beauties.
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#21 Some of you thought I wouldn't go thru with a maternity shoot for our mutant baby zucchini but here’s the thing fam: 5 lb 6 oz of delicious zucchini .
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#22 The corpse flower at my university is blooming. It’s the largest flower in the world. When it blooms, it smells like rotting meat. It took 8 years to get to this point and the bloom will only last a day or so before wilting.
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#23 Just Harvested Another Year's Supply of Garlic.
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#24 Gourd tunnel progress.
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