>Oh, How My Garden Grows!!

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Not much has changed in the past few weeks, with this heat wave and crazy weather, my plants are begging for a break!!
Here are a few baby cucumbers!!

More tomatoes!!

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  1. >Yeah! Cukes! My original cuke plants died in spring. I re-seeded and they're growing but I'm afraid they maybe too late for the season. I am, however, trying to be optimistic. *whining* I want cukes!! =0)

  2. debiclegg says:

    >The excitement really sets in when we find baby veggies in the garden!!

  3. >Tomato and cucumber salads, here you come! We're still a few weeks away, but I can't wait.

  4. >It won't be long before you're BLT's! My garden is really late as well after a very wet spring and summer. We're enjoying lots of cucumbers thanks to the kindness of friends! :)

  5. >I am jealous of your cucumbers:(

  6. >The little cucumbers are so cute!Thanks for linking with Saturday on the Farm. A new linkie goes up today!

  7. >My garden finally started growing when the heat came. I guess there's too much of a good thing, huh? Thanks for linking to the TGP!

  8. >Actually, my cucumbers also died last spring but I planted new ones after that. Fortunately, my cukes are thriving up to now but what is really amazing are my peppers! They are really thriving and I can say that it is the year of pepper in my garden! LOL

  9. >All of my veggies are really doing well but I am a bit worried with the weather condition that’s keep on changing everyday. My tomatoes are getting affected of it. Your garden looks great also. I suggest you to use soil compost to make your veggies bigger.

  10. Crystal Figurine says:

    >That tomato sure is having a great time hanging on that protected area. LOL. My cucumbers did had a problem last season but today my cukes are kinda doing fine. Still have a couple of produce every now and then. LOL

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