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bok choi, spinach, and mustard greens
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all of the above plus a lettuce mix
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all of the above plus strawberries
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plus raddichio
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a bounty of kale
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an even bigger bounty
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our first red tomatoes
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the first red cherry tomato
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one summer squash before we caught the blight
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the cherry tomatoes start pouring in
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the first heirloom tomato and broccoli
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peppers
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here they come
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our pattypan squash fought off the blight and kept them coming throughout the summer
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eggplants didn't do so well. i think they were being shadowed by the giant tomato plants nearby
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almost as big as my head
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this is when we started to freak out and make lots of spaghetti sauce and pizza sauce
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this cute little guy. poor eggplants. this was the last of them.
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collagen lips
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aggh! remember that these pics are being taken about once a week!
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ahh, theres one more i forgot about
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i had forgotten to keep taking kale pics as we brought it in. we would pick it for each meal over the summer.
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patty panner
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one bell pepper. some of pepper plants were engulfed in tomato plants and didn't get a chance to grow until i moved them late in the summer. oops. this is the only bell pepper we got as a result
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other types of peppers
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and the last of it, which i picked today. we'll probably get a few more small broccoli shoots, and some kale leaves here and there, and a few more big heirloom tomatoes. what a successful season! next year i'm getting more squash and more eggplant! i'm determined.
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On November 9th, 2009 05:09 am (UTC), evilmannequine commented:
this is really unbelievable to me. I'm super jealous.
I haven't had any real gardening luck, ever. But I've never gotten the opportunity to give it my all, either. I've always just had porch gardens, except for one time (two times? now I don't remember) when I had a community garden plot. It was hard to get myself all the way over there to water and weed frequently enough and I really didn't know what I was doing, either.
I might try again next summer, or give it a rest for a few years. I'm not sure. Last summer I just planted flowers. I got so busy though, that by the end of sumemr they were all dead from lack of watering. It was sad. But pretty much, for the last six months solid, I have been booked just about every minute of the day from dawn until past dusk. So that's my excuse!

ANyway, that all looks super delicious.
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