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Old 06-29-2009, 12:57 AM
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Las plantas en mi casa (mi jardín)/The plants at my house (the GARDEN)

Tengo calabaza, watermellon, seis variedades de pimientas, tomates, calabaza, y comeré guisantes y estado pronto. ¿Cómo son los suyos?

I have pumpkin, watermellon, six varieties of peppers, tomatoes, squash, and will have peas and beans soon.
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Realizo que el mundo es al revés a algunos lugares - así que mi tiempo cada vez mayor no es igual

I realise the world is upside down to some places - so my growing time is not the same
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Old 09-10-2009, 03:34 PM
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Hey Grey! long time don't come around, good to see you're faring alright. I'm sad those seeds i sent you never reached their destiny. Some corrections:
Beans = frijoles o habichuelas, Watermellon = patilla (spanish, at least in Venezuela).

I have no personal garden where i live now, sadly...

BTW: what's with the cucumber ****? lol!
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Ah well - how much can we expect from a free online translator?

The big green thing is a Zuchini - and I had a lot of fun joking about it on the members forum, believe me! Some of them got almost seven inches around...

I DO have some late cucumbers almost ready to produce, they are a kind that is supposed to get almost a meter long

I should take some updated pictures. By the end of the season I'm going to have a gallon and a half jar filled with pickled Habaneros, and probably another jar stuffed with Tobasco and Cayenne's.

The big news is the squash and tomates right now - my grocery store is right outside the house

The beans didn't do so good, the weeds buried them. Oh well, there's always next year.

Good to hear from you Amigo!!!
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did you plant pole beans or bush style beans?

I used to make raised rows for all my plants except melons, those I just used a small hill...

We are just coming into the planting season here in Az....think I need to make a trip to Lowes and see what they have available.

I will probable plant most stuff in buckets....
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I was just flipping channels and they are showing how they grew corn, with pole beans climbing the corn stalks and pumpkins growing on the ground between the rows.


The beans add nitrogen to the soil for the corn and the pumpkin leaves shade the ground to keep weeds down and keep moisture in!
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I was going to do that, but it seems I have a long way to go before the weed problems are under control. This year was mostly to see how things went.

I want to grow lots of different kinds of mellons next year, and start the tomatos real early....

I think I can get some new pictures this afternoon.
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