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Since my last garden update, I’ve put all of our veggie seeds down and added on to the surrounding area. In the raised bed, I planted collard greens, kale, lettuce, radishes, carrots, and onions; all of which will do well through the fall. Since I love flowers, I decided to plant a cutting garden along the right side of the raised bed and I may do the same in front of the bed. So far, I’ve planted dwarf sunflowers, marigolds, and tansy flowers. I decided to designate our little galvanized tub for herbs. There, I planted basil, oregano, and rosemary. I also have three grow bags going with cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and hot peppers on the patio. These guys will need help with pollinating, so I’ll be using some of these tips to bring in the bees.
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