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  1. #326
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    8 weeks of mycelium growth.

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    1 week of shroom growth.

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    Heyyyyo

    Nice work
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    Do want.

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    First potted dahlias coming on.
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    strong earth work goin down in this thread
    i gots the mrs. to mark and identify the seed cups this year
    but not at the repotting stage
    ended up with a couple zuc a cuc a pumkins and im not sure what else


    the broc from seed managed to beat the heat and we got a decent second crop

    sun sugs choc sprinkled cherries and small maters are producing but its too damn hot for em

    peppers are in full bore

    like em stuffed

    and to puts the blackberries on the za
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    to say this years garden is disorganized would be an understatement. Wife and daughter basically threw a bunch of random seeds in the ground and we are seeing what happens.

    Strawberries did well.. Squash going strong and plenty of lettuce. We've gotten a bunch of sugar snap peas and the small green bean plants are starting to pop.

    Then there are these. Tall skinny stalks, yellow flowers.. some type of bean growing well, but no one has any idea what they are.

    Anyone recognize?

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    Some sort of mustard. Here's my Japanese red mustard as a reference.

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    When those flowers die collect the seed pods, otherwise you'll have commercial levels of mustard plants to deal with next year.

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    Looks like broccolini to me.

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    Kinda meager compared to most here and it's a bit early in the NE, but they looked so perfect figured I would share
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    Kinda meager compared to most here and it's a bit early in the NE, but they looked so perfect figured I would share
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    Agreed, those are spectacular.

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    Monster Sage

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
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    Mmmm... chicken saltimbocca.

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    Garden sucks this year, to much rain.

    I got enough peas for 1 serving, then rain for a week. They died.

    Non-climbing beans want to climb, at least they finally are flowering.

    Lost a few tomatoes to a microburst. The cherry toms are doing OK, pick a couple of orange every day for lunch and just getting the purple starting to ripen.

    Got 4 zucchini and, you guessed it, rain. Plenty of flowers so there is hope.

    Supposed to rain tomorrow.

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    Flower potheads
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    Inherited an organic garden with the house. It’s in pretty good shape, but some unplanted and under maintained spots because the owner knew she was moving. Consider ourselves novice gardeners, so this is definitely going to take some time to figure out…all advice appreciated and welcome.

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    Aphids got to the new plum trees in the spring before we took over. Volunteer sunflowers going ape

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    Some tomatoes coming in…think there are a few pepper plants sprinkled in around the beds. Guess we’ll see

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    Cabbage cabbaging

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    Strawberries and well established raspberries still producing a little after a banging early summer

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    Very old apple tree that has been pretty well looked after…saggy

    The rest of the yard is supposedly planted in perennials that bloom in a way ensuring there is something in flower during the spring/summer. Better get my hive dialed for next year…

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    wow man, you inherited a nice setup.

    couple suggestions:

    trim the bolted kale asap, it'll seed everywhere.
    trim the lavender after the blooms start to dry out.
    mind the spread of the raspberrries and that mint (catnip?).
    take care of those marigolds on the perimeter, they keep some buggies away.

    unplanted areas are ok. it allows the soil to rest and you can succession plant, like carrots and beets for overwintering, etc.
    cycle crops through the beds so that 3 or 4 years pass before the same plant is back in that spot. make your plans soon for how to do that. some winter cover crops and root dudes can be planted now.

    good luck!
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    Talk about a gold mine. Holy shit. Did you pay an extra 100k for that?
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    I gotta admit that when you guys post pics I get a little jealous. I'm having good luck with some stuff but brassiccas aren't happening for me at all this year and I am missing them Some things are doing really well though like melons, beans and tomatoes Yesterday I pulled all the potatoes because the bed was finally dry so the skins wouldn't tear, turnips came out great and a few cayenne peppers for good measure.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    good luck!
    Thanks for the words of wisdom. I'll be checking in for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnarbro365 View Post
    Thanks for the words of wisdom. I'll be checking in for sure.
    Cabbage looks great. I’d thin the apples. Toss about 1/3 picking ones that are small or situated where they don’t get much sun. You’ll get bigger and tastier fruit if you do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnarbro365 View Post
    Thanks for the words of wisdom. I'll be checking in for sure.
    Youbetchya, but I don't know shit next to many in here. Prob worth chatting with a local expert that's tuned in to the climate and lore.

    Where is this new pad, anyway?
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    We have a solid raspberry patch going and typically get 2 harvestable "seasons" each summer. 1st from the old growth and a month or so later another from the new stuff, as they reproduce like crazy!

    Awesome garden to inherit, best of luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mike View Post
    Cabbage looks great. I’d thin the apples. Toss about 1/3 picking ones that are small or situated where they don’t get much sun. You’ll get bigger and tastier fruit if you do that.
    Great beta. Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Youbetchya, but I don't know shit next to many in here. Prob worth chatting with a local expert that's tuned in to the climate and lore.

    Where is this new pad, anyway?
    We've got some friends who seem to know what they're doing. Previous owner is around and willing to give advice too.

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