Even the parsley made it through.I have yet to see if the carrot seeds were displaced from their rows.I guess we will have to waitand see if they sprout up all over the place!
Oh man, I can almost smell the damp earth and that odd fuzzy tomato plant smell. Mmmmm. I miss having tomato plants. Might have to get some!
They look great! I hope you have a wonderful harvest :)
Look at your crops! Cool. Have you had problems with nematodes? I was told that would be a problem where we live. Some kind of underground pest. My husband made a raised bed one year (many years pre-kid), and we planted some veggies, but the wood used to make the bed didn't even last in this weather. I hope you have a great harvest there!
@H.E.Eigler: They ddo have a fuzzy smell! lol@Meghann: Thanks, we hope so too!@Holly: No problems yet but it's still early. I used mostly stone for that very reason and the fence border is cypress, so it should stand the test of time.
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I guess they survived the rains. I hope you will have a great harvest. I should really get back to gardening. This is an inspiring post. Thanks.
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