Garden updates

I found four huge wire thingamajigs behind our fence. I was excited and decided to try them out as tomato cages. So behold, rusty metal in the garden bed

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The tomato plants are only about two feet tall, but I’m getting the first cute little tomatoes on them. Awwwww

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This is another tomato area; they haven’t been in the ground as long. I’m trying a grid out of bamboo to support these ones. I’m also trying pruning for the first time this year. I’m curious to see how they fair, especially trying a few different kinds support.

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Pole-Bean Tee-Pee! I have pole beans planted all around the base and ran string between all but one of the gaps. So hopefully it will fill in and look like an actual tee-pee. This little girl is excited about it. She calls it her “own house.”

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Speaking of LG, I’m having a time keeping her from poaching the sweet peas before they are ready

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On to the fruit. How cute are these little peaches?! I need to thin the fruit, but I keep putting it off because they are adorable.

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My strawberry patch. Doesn’t look like it from the first view, but they are loaded. We got to eat the first of this years crop today. So good!

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The blueberries are happy, too.

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