stubbed toes and mud pies

ninnymary

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Glad they are looking good. I'm sure they will do well for you again.

My melon seeds are now nice looking plants that are starting to vine. I planted them in my raised bed this year and am trying to trellis them up. Will see how they do compared to the ground. It's for sure much neater, haha.

I also started Honeynut butter nut squash, cucumbers, and a squash called Tetra under lights. Starts looked good and were fine when I transplanted them in the raised bed. But then they started to look like they were slowly dying so I just direct sowed and those plants are looking good.

My new apricot tree that I planted last summer got tons of aphids that I've been water blasting. First day I got about 80-90% of them. Only been doing it about 3 times and I've managed to get it under control. Now only a few leaves have aphids.

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the north garden got planted with beans. thyme is blooming nicely. :)

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finished the last of the bean planting in the NE Garden. i didn't quite finish the whole edge on time, but now i have the rest of the summer to do that. :) no rush...

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