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Rookie Organic Gardening – August 2012 Update

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Very happy with all of the new growth. Tomato and pepper plants are putting out hundreds of fruit in all shapes and sizes. Some plants have completely outgrown the garden and have now grown over my 7 foot fence.

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Phuong P says:

"Lettuce, I thought I had cut it completely dead, and it just keeps coming back, it's amazing" – proves you've got a green thumb, right composts, sun, and spot.

Neha Menon says:

Wowwww ..only 1 thing how will you get near the fence to harvest ur veggies. …

1775novten says:

Unbelievably gorgeous!

Sam Prep says:

Western Washington State

Alan Martin says:

where do you live?

Sam Prep says:

Thanks! I'm still amazed that I build that trellis. It really helps out with space issues. Love the vacation! Hope yours goes great!

Sam Prep says:

Thank you! I'll be giving lots of them to my family and neighbors. The rest I'll be canning.

Sam Prep says:

Thank you! I cant wait to expand the garden a bit more. Have so many projects floating in my head and need to find the time .

Sam Prep says:

Sorry, I took it off the video. I need to get a better video camera. Either that or a tripod 🙂

Sam Prep says:

Have been enjoying those zucchinis. Especially the small tender ones. But, the larger ones are till delicious.

Sam Prep says:

Thank you, that's great advise!

Sam Prep says:

🙂 Will you be making a video(s) on it? Can't wait to see it!

Sam Prep says:

Very soon! I'm going to collect lots of seeds and will be giving them out

Sam Prep says:

Thank you! I have tons of respect for John also. He and many other on youtube inspired me to start a garden.

Sam Prep says:

It's keeping both my mind and body active. I can work all day in my garden and not feel tired at all. What a a great way to relax. I wish I had discovered this years ago.

Sam Prep says:

LOL! I'm going to need a machete to harvest some of those tomatoes. Either that or a 10 foot pole. 🙂

Sam Prep says:

Thank you! If all else fails my family will survive on tomatoes alone. Hahahaha

Sam Prep says:

🙂 Thank you!

Sam Prep says:

Thank you! Probably a banana pepper and yes those were grape tomatoes. Obviously I'm a rookie gardener 🙂

Sam Prep says:

I'm not sure exactly what type it is. I'm thinking it is creme sausage since it's very light in color.

dwiggs77 says:

that first tomato that you showed… was it the variety creme sausage? its a white tomato

freakygeaktwo says:

that is fantastic for a first year garden I hope next year is just as productive 🙂 no I'm wondering if that yellow one is banana pepper ? oh and I think you said cherry tomato for a grape tomato plant I could be wrong. thanks for sharing.

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