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The task ahead

Thursday, May 05, 2011



This is our little garden. As you can see, we have barely started planting. I took
these before we tilled more and before I set the stakes to plant the
carrots. Just a couple of hours work, and we will be done LOL! It is a very
good thing that it is still early in the planting season.
Does this look like the task ahead of you? Use your imagination to envision this
as green and lush with new growth, as it will be soon.
Envision your life as complete and healthy, and the success you want.
Thanks for reading and commenting and have a great day. HUGS!
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  • KAMAPERRY
    Wow!!! Awesome!
    3386 days ago
  • FROSTY99
    Looks like you must be drying up if you are able to plant. I have forgotten what dirt looks like-it is all sand here and when I plant, I add topsoil or potting soil to the sand to try to give the plants a fighting chance.
    Dad was given a nice potted salad tomato plant and it is giving off a prolific amount of tomatoes-think it will supply him and us for now.
    Pat
    3387 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8730394
    It's more like a market garden than a home garden. Wonderful!
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    3387 days ago
  • DAISY443
    You are so ambitious! Mine is about 1x20 with patio pots, too. Not sure how much I'll get out of it before I move, but will do the best I can! I'll enjoy yours virtually! Hugs!
    3387 days ago
  • RAYLINSTEPHENS
    how huge!! wtg!!
    3387 days ago
  • OLDERDANDRT
    Wow! That beautiful black soil !!! What we have here is red clay! Native plants love it, but mot everything else has to be ammended......alot!!!! hehe But it's all good! Yay for getting back into the garden!!!! emoticon
    3387 days ago
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