weddin di's Vegie Growing Challenge 2013

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Tomatoes Finally

weddin di is talking about growing Tomato from South West Slopes

Yesterday I picked the first of the ripe "Tommy Toe" tomatoes which were my free gift from Yates. Today the other plant has just begun to ripen. I can see that we will soon be able to exist on the tomatoes that we have grown rather than having ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 17:12pm on 30th December 2013

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Trigerella or Green Zebra

weddin di is talking about growing Tomato from South West Slopes

All my tomato plants now have fruit. Early in the season I brought a container which had 4 varieties of heirloom tomatoes in it. I lost track of which ones I planted where. This one is either a Tigerella or a Green Zebra. I can tell by the stri...

Read on | comments | Posted at 17:12pm on 30th December 2013

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Lazy Housewife!

weddin di is talking about growing Beans from South West Slopes

Here are my lazy housewife climbing beans that I have planted under the shade cloth. They will come into fruit when the others in the sunny garden are tapering off. They have started to climb already. They are called lazt housewife because the ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 08:12am on 31st December 2013

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Shy Capsicums

weddin di is talking about growing Capsicum from South West Slopes

Boy oh boy was this pic hard to get! The capsicums are so well camouflaged under the leaves. However I am sure that it is the plants way of pretecting the fruit aginst the hot sun. We have picked 3 already and they are juicy and sweet. They rea...

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:12am on 31st December 2013

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Endless Eggplants..

weddin di is talking about growing Eggplant from South West Slopes

The eggplants are developing really quickly now. I am going to have to invent lots of different ways to cook these beauties. They are such a versatile veggie. We love them grilled in the BBQ or baba ganoush, ratatouille, fried coated in sesame ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:12am on 31st December 2013

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