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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Potager. Wordless Wednesday



















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24 comments:

  1. Karen MashburnAugust 20, 2014

    The kale is the star of the show today! Beautiful.

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  2. I like your cucumber support, Tatyana!

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    1. Irene, I usually use them for tomatoes, and this is the first time I use them for cucumbers.

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  3. Betty from OregonAugust 20, 2014

    Kale? Oh, so beautiful!

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  4. How much everything has grown since we visited your garden! Your red banana is huge and that kale is glorious!

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    1. Peter, this particular red banana spent winter indoors!

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  5. Pretty! And productive, too!

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  6. Lovely these vegetables with Pelargoniums in front for colour. And what do I see.......oh no, a rabbit wondring where he can find that beautiful delicious kale.

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    1. Janneke, ha-ha, that kale is so tall now, they can not reach it!

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  7. Gorgeous!!!!! Love the first photo & the one with the geraniums/pelargoniums & cabbage.

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  8. I've never seen your veggie garden before, nice cucumbers! We grow a lot of them, because we are both cucumber fanatics. Yum!

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  9. Gorgeous, and could a veggie garden be complete without a bunny? Your red banana is outstanding. I lost mine last winter. I have been unable to find one this year, but I am determined to find another!

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    1. Deb, I had two red banana plants last year. One didn't make it, but another did, because I took it indoors (to the house first and then to the garage). This plant, in the picture, is that same one which overwintered indoors! I have two other plants which I bought in early summer. I'll try save all of them by moving to the garage.

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  10. Someone seems to have an eye on the plants growing so beautifully in your potager. We had a baby bunny in our garden, but I haven't seen him or her for a few weeks. Much as I hate to lose my veggies, violets and fruit to the little bunny, I hope nothing bad has befallen him or her.

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    1. Jennifer, I feel the same way! The main victims of bunnies in my garden are young strawberry plants and lily foliage.

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  11. beautiful colors and one rascally rabbit

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    1. Thank you Donna! Did you notice a dog? (Answer: Picture #2).

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