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So cool...love the pics


Excellent! We are doing a something similar with very similar crops...except we do yellow squash and zucchini instead of radishes and broccoli and we have horrible luck with cucumbers in SC (don't even get me started on hard it is to keep cilantro and flat leaf parsley alive...)

Um, what about tomato?


Ah, there are tomatoes. We planted one roma plant in one of the boxes, and the rest in their "regular" tomato spots nearby, with cages. I'm going to grow most of the tomatoes conventionally and experiment with the roma in the box and see how it does. And the reason we didn't plan zucchini is that they grow TOO well here! We would be overrun...


Ag! I'm so jealous of your yard. Your garden looks so tidy! Neat!

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