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He's the one that tilled it. Ds helped plant.

That's the neighbor's trailer in the background, our garage and our motorhome.

Tomatoes along the fence on the left, then onions, 2 rows of radishes, turnips, 2 rows of carrots, 2 rows of peas, 2 rows of green beans, onions again, then beets. Bell peppers and hot peppers are along the back. Along the other fence he planted zucchini and cucumbers, and corn will go in between those and the garage.
 

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Wow Karen, you and your dh are going to be very busy this summer and fall!! WTG :fdance:
 

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Wow, that is a big garden, I hope you have bumper crops of veggies !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great job !!!!!!!
 

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Wow! Thanks for sharing.
 

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Your garden looks awesome! You're going to have a great bunch of veggies. :)
 

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Love the rich look of your soil. Karen, since this is "his" garden, does he do all the weeding?:toothy:
Hope you have a bumper crop this year.:)
 

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WOW! That is a big garden. I don't think I could manage one that large. It would be fun trying though. ;) I can't wait to hear about your veggies coming in this summer. :) I'll be doing good with a few containers on my patio. LOL!
 

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That is awesome, You will have such variety. Mine when it is reweeded is about 8x25. Hopefully soon, but for now it is still rather cold and gloomy, looks like rain soon. The mainstay of my garden in tomatoes, and they need very sunney weather.

Good job dh!
 

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I wanted dh to have the credit for all the work he did. I just haven't been up to the bending lately.

It's been raining the last few days, so the ground is good and wet. For the most part we have black dirt here in Iowa. We can grow just about anything as long as it doesn't require a long season. Our growing season is suppose to be May thru October.
 

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That is an awesome looking garden Karen. Your Dh was busy with it. You will be busy picking, canning or freezing those vegetables before you know it.
 

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wow!! what a big garden! looks great! good luck!:smball:
 

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What a big garden! Good luck and good weather this year! One day I would love to have that kind of space for mine...for now I am satisfied with my small plot. ENJOY your bounty!
 

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Your husband and DS did great!!!! Give them a big YooHoo!!! for me!!!:toothy:
 

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Great garden Karen and Karen's DH and DS! I know it will be great this summer when it starts producing, home grown veggies, nothing better!
 
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