24 August Garden Full Growth Photogrpahs

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  1. Durgan

    Durgan Contributor 10 Years

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    24 Aug 2006.The plants have probably reached their full growth for this year. There are a few fall flowers yet to bloom. All in all it was a great gardening year in my area Zone 5.
    My disappointments were the poor growth of peas, cuccumbers and muskmellon due to downy mildew attack, gladiolois, hollyhocks due to fungus, and some frost damage in the spring. The bugs in general were not a problem this year. One only gets a single chance in Zone 5. Wait until next year, I always say.
    Durgan.
     
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    WOW! Beautiful! Awesome Pics!
     
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    Very nice!!!

    I don't understand how you can be so organized... if I took a picture now, there would be soooo many weeds...
     
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    Awesome pictures and the colors are great. Red
     
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    You have an marvelous garden. I love the Brussels sprouts and, of course, the loofah squash. I have to try four o'clocks again. I remember them fondly from my childhood.
     
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    Beautiful garden and very nice pics. You must have put a lot of time and hard work into your garden. I love the Hibiscus.

    Happy Gardening

    Keven
     

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