Thursday, July 1, 2010

Before and After

Pea vines after the seed harvest.

The tomatoes and pole beans should start to take off now that they will get more sun. Two ancient forty pound bags of manure were worked in along with some blood meal. The left squares are a tee pee of left over morning glory's, 'Heavenly Blue' and 'Stripes and Stars Mixed'. The rest from left to right, back row- bush beans 'True Blue', 'Cherokee' and 'Tendergreen Improved'. Front row, left to right, bush beans 'Tricolor Mixed' 2 squares and 'Tendergreen Improved.

Extra peppers planted next to the driveway, they are loaded with buds. The cosmos is 'Antiquity', only twelve inches tall and loaded with buds and bloom.

Finally, a good picture of zinnia 'Zahara Double Fire', they are fully double, loaded with buds and don't fade like the 'Profusion's'.

Rudbeckia 'Cherokee Sunset' first flower opening.

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