I think this qualifies for intensive gardening.

On the far left are 24 Jersey Giant asparagus plants, left of center are 26 Yukon Gold potatoes, right of center are 26 Kennebec potatoes and far right are 12 Butter Bush winter squash.

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These are 20 Nemagold Sweet potatoes.

 

Here are 12 Endive, 6 per row. Lettuce has been harvested from front and back.

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Between the SPs and Endive and on the fence is a Gardeners Delight cherry tomato.

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To the left of the Endive and against the fence is a Fourth of July tomato.

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These are my peppers, in front are two rows of three Big Dippers, in the back row there is one Sweet Banana, one Picante and one Red Bell.

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Here are 6 Black Beauty eggplants.

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In the foreground are 5 Little Cloud cauliflowers. Lost one to a wind storm. In the background are 5 Green Goliath broccolis. Lost one of these in the same storm.

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Garlic, onions, spinach and lettuce were harvested form the bed in the foreground and is now ready for fall planting. The bed in the background has one Zucchini plant on the right and two Brandy Boy tomatoes on the left. The two tomato plants are over four ft tall and only have 4-6 tomatoes on each. That rate had better pickup or this year will be the last for Brandy Boys.

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6 thoughts on “I think this qualifies for intensive gardening.

  1. You’re slacking off, John. I see some bare ground in a couple of those photos 😉

    It looks terrific. I’ve never seen anyone get as much from their garden as you do. You are truly a master gardener.

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  2. Oh geees, what do I say to that. Except I know when it comes to production, I am no better than 2nd place compared to you. Good to hear from you granny.

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  3. WOW!! Look at how beautiful everything is. You’re garden is fantastic!

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  4. Hi Ribbit and thanks. A little vacation at the local hospital put me behind this year but MN is helping with the weather we have been having.

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  5. You’ve got Big Dipper, I’ve got Big Bertha. Where do they get these names from? Glad your “vacation” is over and hope all is well.

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  6. Your garden is looking great John!

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