Saturday, July 31, 2010

We Have Vegetables!!

Our monster cucumber plant has grown even larger.

The leaves on this tomato plant have never looked good, but look at those tomatoes!

Eggplant!!!

Sugar snack tomatoes. We've been eating them right off the plant. So yummy.




These are the tomatoes that grow in the shape of strawberries.


This picture was actually taken a week ago and since then this watermelon plant has grown huge.


I was so excited when I saw this tiny start of a cucumber.

Then I found this one!!


Then I started moving leaves and finding more!!!


We have actually picked and eaten this one since this picture was taken.





More tomatoes.

12 comments:

  1. WOW! look at your garden Mrs. Green Thumb! I couldn't grow weeds if I tried =)

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  2. Those are amazing! I am insanely jealous. I do not have a green thumb. Plus it's nearly impossible to grow anything in Florida in this heat. Blech. Enjoy those yummy tomatoes for me!

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  3. YUM!!! When can I come over for dinner??? There's nothing better than tomatos from a garden. Looks great!

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  4. Love the garden!! I just planted pumpkins....late I know....but I want to see if I can get any by Halloween.

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  5. Wow! I love it! I wish I could grow a veggie garden.

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  6. I'm so jealous! My mom used to garden religiously when I was a kid and I've never done it. (I never had a place for one 'til 2005, and between school and stuff, I just haven't bothered with it!) Maybe next summer. Those tomatoes... *droooooool*

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  7. These pictures are great - I'm so impressed with your garden growing skills!

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  8. Wow, nice garden, Lisa. The Sugar snack tomatoes look awesome. YUM!!

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  9. OMG how the heck did you grow the vegetables. they look awseome :-) im so jealous

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  10. WOW!!! I am totally jealous of your veggie garden!

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  11. I am one jealous homemaker! You have such great produce. I don't ever think I could ever have that kind of garden.

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