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Old June 9, 2017   #46
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Everything looks fantastic.
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Old June 9, 2017   #47
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I enjoy your beautiful work Randall. The tomato pics beautifully demonstrate good pole and prune techniques with bare stem up to the cluster then split out to 2 or 3 stems. Those first cluster sets look strong.
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Old June 9, 2017   #48
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All very lovely. The morels looked delicious enough to eat...
I had a pink-blossomed starwberry last year, but the flavor was not too good, I wonder if they always are more like an ornamental variety. Hope yours taste good too!

Yes, those greens... could make anyone green with envy
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Old June 9, 2017   #49
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Paradise... made by your hand.
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Old June 9, 2017   #50
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Awesome garden randall
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Old June 9, 2017   #51
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Gorgeous garden Randall!!! Whereabouts in WV? I'm from Nitro (Charleston area).
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Old June 10, 2017   #52
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Oh, gosh.

Thanks a lot everyone. I truly appreciate it. It seems like a constant learning curve.

I'm mostly just copying what I've seen others here do. I can say most of what I've learned came from Tville.

@Spartangurg123 - I'm West and Central

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Old June 11, 2017   #53
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A couple more this evening.
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Beautiful gardens and you are in for a great harvest. Well done!
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Old June 12, 2017   #55
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Thanks, MissS!

Some of the first garlic out. I would love to give it about 4 days but there are serious rains coming for the next several days, so I'm going to pull it all tommorow. Still plenty of bigguns in there

A little of each of Music and Majestic
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Old June 13, 2017   #56
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Beautiful garden. (Where's the drool emoji?!)

Thank you for sharing your pics.
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Is the goose real?
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Old June 13, 2017   #58
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Real heavy!

It's made out of cement so it doesn't eat much. I swear every time I move it, it feels like it's gained weight.

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Old June 13, 2017   #59
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Beautiful garden! The asparagus looks amazing! I have a large cement gnome, so I know what you mean about the weight. I'm only able to move it with a dolly.
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Awesome looking garden.
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