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Backyard Vegetable Garden Update May 2016

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  • Eat Pray Crunch

    Yay, glad the figs look like they'll make it! Love the grapes…we are going to cover our patio this year, partly with an arbor with the intention of adding grapes. Can't wait! BTW, your herb garden looks amazing!

  • Terry Lyle

    Katie, what a joy to visit your garden! Mine is only just getting started. You've been lucky with rain. We are getting desperate here, even though we normally have more than enough. Yet this year our spring has been very hot and dry. Since you mentioned it, I am trying to start some videos on Youtube and you can see my initial attempts here:
    I learn a lot from you and others who are youtube regulars. I appreciate you very much.

  • Linda Williams

    love your lettuce. I was afraid to put mine out in the garden, but I am going to try it in the fall

  • jbsubscribes

    I have never, ever found a four leaf clover! I am jealous. How stinking cute is it that "Little One" gifted her cheery yellow pinwheel to your garden. You are lucky indeed! Thanks for sharing.

  • Crystal Wengenroth (stayathomemomma)

    your garden looks great Katie..thank you for sharing I know it was probably hot but thank you for showing us :D

  • Cooking with Cricket (cricket516)

    Your garden looks like it's coming along great. Your herbs look wonderful. I don't have any luck growing them.

  • ShesInLosAngeles

    It's really coming along! My veggie plants are taking their time. Tomato plants, however are really producing. Just got to keep the deer away!! Great video. Jane

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