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Julie’s garden in May

By Penny Stine

Julie Norman, the Sentinel's online advertising coordinator, sent me these pics of her May garden, so I thought I'd post them.

 

 

Her tomatoes (note that hers don't look half-dead) 

 

 

 

 

Here are her peas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and her lettuce... (It makes me want to start mine in pots next year. She said the good thing about growing it in pots was that she could start it way early, and then just bring it in at night. She's been eating hers for a week or longer and mine in the ground is still to small to pick.)

 

and look at her pretty irises. She transplanted these in the fall of 2012 and this is the first year they bloomed.

 

 

 

she also sent this pic of carrots, but I don't think these are carrots. Of course, mine are still no-show, so what do I know???

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