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4 Responses

  1. Esther says:

    Your garden looks great! I will have to try potatoes next year too. My peppers are definately not doing well either (I’m in Layton, UT). I keep hoping they will start doing better but they pretty much look just like they did when I planted them over a month ago. Maybe they need to be warmer.

  2. Peggy says:

    It looks great! I like your tomato trellis set-up. I’m using cages this year (I stakes last year). Maybe I’ll copy you next year?

    My garden is starting to come along. I’m in 3b in Canada and this is the first real week of summer weather, a little TOO warm for my liking actually. I can see a huge difference in my tomatoes and zucchini, which seem to be growing overnight as well as my potatoes.

  3. Mary says:

    Wow! You are an inspiration. I do have a question: we’ve noticed blackish spots on all of our basil plants and one of neighboring tomato plants. What is this and how can we treat it? Thanks!

  4. Lawanna says:

    I don’t remember what part of the country you’re in, but when we lived in Seattle we had a very hard time growing peppers. Turns out peppers need very warm soil to grow. Now we’re in zone 6 and the peppers are growing. That’s one good thing about 90F days.