Alaska garden/ greenhouse pics

bogydave Posted By bogydave, Jul 5, 2013 at 5:09 PM

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  1. bogydave

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    Eating good from the garden now :)

    Zucs, broc & stuff
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    Toms & cucs in the GH
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    I dont have any ripe tomatos as of yet :mad: Looks good!
     
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    What do you do with all that zuchini? With 3 plants we end up putting spare zuchinis in the back seat of cars with their windows open at the supermarket. ==c
     
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    I do the same :)
     
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    Looks great!

    I noticed what you are doing with the zucchinis. I am trying something similar this year. I am growing them in buckets with the bottoms cut out. The method seems to be working much better than what I did last year.
     
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    Inverted tires. :)
    Everything here grows better in raised beds. Few degrees warmer. Helps keep out some bugs & weeds too.
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    The method has cut down on the bug and critter problem drastically. I picked up the idea on the web. Peppers seem to love containers too. Each year I lean towards container/raised bed gardening more and more.
     
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    We are mostly raised beds at this point.
     
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