2015 journal of the gardens

majorcatfish

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majorcatfish, what a wonderful garden you have. :) It looks like you had great production on just about everything you planted! I really enjoyed the pictures.
thank you very much, except for a couple minor setbacks early on this years gardens have been outstanding. the weather was on our side for a change...
hoping the fall plantings do just as well...
 

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Aw, everything looks so good! Perhaps I should consider renting a few beds from you and tenting next to them for the winter gardening period. The older I get the less I like the color white.
 

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Have a polarizer filter on depending on the sunlight could have a 3.0 to 9.0
Depending on the sunlight can take up to 4 photos to get the right one.....
During certain times might use a color filter as well. Really love a 35
 
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Aw, everything looks so good! Perhaps I should consider renting a few beds from you and tenting next to them for the winter gardening period. The older I get the less I like the color white.
you and dh are always welcome here.....
 

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My snap peas have flowers!

Sown the last week of July, they had better hurry up. Frost is predicted in "outlying areas" so our very warm summer has truly come to an end.

Actually, the blossoms are an indication to me that the tendrils are at the right stage, if I want to harvest them instead of pods. There may be no choice if it begins to freeze. I have been disappointed to learn that frost not only slows pod development but toughens the tendrils. Aw well, there are just a few and I like 'em, either way.

Steve
 
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