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24 People Who Decided To Share Their Precious And Huge Crops With The World

These people's happiness by showing you their impressive crops, many of which came straight out of their backyards.

#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 (:

Zuccane-i
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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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