Showus ya Vegie garden

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by gnol » Thu Feb 06, 2014 11:40 pm

The keeper of the patch still watching over the produce.

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by gnol » Sat Feb 15, 2014 1:39 am

Some of the kids gave the keeper of the patch a wash and fixed he hair for (sort of) looking after the patch.

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by kiwiman » Tue Mar 04, 2014 12:28 pm

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Picked my pears today,only 20 on the tree but great size.

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This one was 600grams

Now into the fridge for 2-3 weeks then out to finish ripening.
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by Card Shark » Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:29 pm

First go at growing Anaheim chillies. They seem to like it up here. CS

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by StoneX » Tue Mar 04, 2014 4:15 pm

The only veggies I have are chillies... First pick of the season here. Many more to come :D

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by gnol » Wed Mar 05, 2014 2:29 pm

StoneX wrote:The only veggies I have are chillies... First pick of the season here. Many more to come :D

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StonedX.
Looks like jalapenos, serranos and orange habaneros.
What are the yellow ones in the middle/

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by Bentley » Thu Mar 06, 2014 1:12 am

They look like banana, but maybe to small.
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by StoneX » Thu Mar 06, 2014 8:17 am

gnol wrote:
StoneX wrote:The only veggies I have are chillies... First pick of the season here. Many more to come :D

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StonedX.
Looks like jalapenos, serranos and orange habaneros.
What are the yellow ones in the middle/
There's jalapenos, hot lemon (not hot really) in the middle, 3 yellow fatalii (pretty damn hot), many serrano, 4 stunted red habaneros, 4 aji omni colour (long red) and 3 stunted trinidad scorpion sunrise (orange top corner). Some of the 40+ days last month caused fruit to ripen prematurely so hopefully now that the weather is consistently 20's and low 30's that I get no more damaged fruit.

I have a lot more varieties with flowers so many more fruit to come :D

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by gnol » Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:48 pm

StoneX wrote:
gnol wrote:
StoneX wrote:The only veggies I have are chillies... First pick of the season here. Many more to come :D

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StonedX.
Looks like jalapenos, serranos and orange habaneros.
What are the yellow ones in the middle/
There's jalapenos, hot lemon (not hot really) in the middle, 3 yellow fatalii (pretty damn hot), many serrano, 4 stunted red habaneros, 4 aji omni colour (long red) and 3 stunted trinidad scorpion sunrise (orange top corner). Some of the 40+ days last month caused fruit to ripen prematurely so hopefully now that the weather is consistently 20's and low 30's that I get no more damaged fruit.

I have a lot more varieties with flowers so many more fruit to come :D

Cheers StoneX. Keep us updated with some pics.

I've got a few going as well to replenish my supplies.

Goatsweed.
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Fatali is finally starting to make fruit.
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Supposed to be Cayenne but I think the seed had crossed with something. This is my saved seed.
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Yellow Trinidad Scorpion
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Aji Limon
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Unknown variety overwintered from last year. Has a great mild peppery heat. Great for rubs when crushed up.
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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by StoneX » Thu Mar 06, 2014 2:25 pm

They look great. Lots of fruit for you soon! What do you do with it all? I've had to freeze them all previous years and dried my cayenne and fatalii.

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by gnol » Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:41 am

StoneX wrote:They look great. Lots of fruit for you soon! What do you do with it all? I've had to freeze them all previous years and dried my cayenne and fatalii.
Hi StoneX. I dry most of it. Some I leave whole as is when dried, some I turn to powder.
Will pickle some probably.
Here are some being prepped for the whizzer thingy that powders them.

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The 2014 Garden...

Post by Bentley » Mon Apr 07, 2014 7:31 am

1st row Onions, then 2 Cabbage, Broccoli, and Collards, Green Peas, Carrots, Beets..to come,Leeks, Sweet Corn, Cucumbers, Bush Bean's, Tomatoes, Bell Peppers, Cantaloupe, Watermelon and some Herbs...

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Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by Lach72 » Mon Apr 07, 2014 2:41 pm

Lovely loose red dirt there Bentley. Nice amount of space you have too ;)

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by StoneX » Wed May 21, 2014 4:18 pm

Oops, I forgot to update this again... I've been getting about this many each weekend :)

From Sunday:
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From the Sunday before:
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The week before:
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The week before:
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That'll do :D

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Re: Showus ya Vegie garden

Post by kiwiman » Sun Dec 21, 2014 1:19 pm

Harvested my garlic today.


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Good crop this year

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Some good size bulbs, now to tie up so they cure.

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