Eggplant on Flickr.

Eggplant on Flickr.

geopsych:

I have no idea where this guy came from. I guess I’ll pull it—tomatoes won’t do well in a shade garden.

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geopsych:

This pot looks okay, but it’s still in the “holding area” where I keep the ones that haven’t filled out enough.

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uglytomatoes:

sosaecaetano:

The mornings and evenings remain cool, and the tomatoes are still bearing fruit by the basketful.

Looks so good!

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serina:

This is only like half of the strawberries! The blueberries are coming in nicely too! #gardening

My strawberries are doing nicely too.

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Strawberry Blossom on Flickr.

Strawberry Blossom on Flickr.

startwithaseed:

So organized. So much food!

(Source: foodmatters.tv)

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wallacegardens:

Become a Biodynamic Gardener, and grow your own. Learn about “the buddy system” and “companion plantings” as well as composting and crop rotation. Certain plants benefit by growing near other plants: tall crops can provide a canopy for shorter crops; leeks will repel carrot flies; include flowering herbs and perennials to attract beneficial insects. 

Illustration:  Genevieve Simms 

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