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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Weekly Garden Report - Vol 4

I have a whole lotta pictures that I've been planning to post, but it's been a busy week and I just didn't get to it. I'm still trying to get ready to leave for Halifax first thing tomorrow morning so this will be an abbreviated garden report.

Last Friday I discovered:
The deer found my new shrub - guess it was bound to happen.

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And one of my tomoato plants had fallen over.

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From Tuesday:
I had tied up my tomato plant and it seems to be holding.

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I thought my tomato plants had started off really well this year, but I think the lack of sun has been hard on them. They don't look nearly as big and bushy as my tomato plants were last year.

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Lettuce and garlic are still looking good though.

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And these are just pretty:

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And with that, we're off to Nova Scotia for the weekend!

7 comments:

Merry said...

Have a great weekend!

And when you get back, please tell me: did you grow your tomato plants from seeds or plant them as starts?

I've got Gardener's Envy. (Or Gardener's Chagrin, the symptoms are identical.) The tomato plants that I grew from seed are teeeensy tiny little things. while the one tomato plant that I bought as a start is looking more like yours. Not sure if the fault is in my seeds or in myself.

Charlotte said...

OOh - those flowers are just pretty! I love your garden! It's so peaceful:)

Sagan said...

SO pretty. Have fun in Nova Scotia!

the Bag Lady said...

Hope you had a great time in NS! Your garden looks delightful. My tomato aren't so great this year, either. Some years are like that, I guess.

Mary said...

I love this post, I wish I had a garden!! I was able to use some of my sister inlaws garden lettuce though and it rocks!

Crystal said...

Such pretty garden pics! Looks like you definitely have a green thumb. Hope you had a great weekend away.

Patty said...

Just found your blog. Your garden looks great, and I think everyone is having a bad tomato year. I know we are. Do they just grow cats prettier in Canada? My sister-in-law lives in Edmonton and has two of the prettiest cats--much like yours.