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Garden & Clothespins June 2016

Instead of tying the plastic net to the wire fence I used clothespins.  At first it was an easy way out but when I thought about it, it just made sense.  Now I can easily remove the netting to take care of the tomato plant.  When the time comes it will be easier to pick the tomatoes.
Hopefully the net should keep out deer and other animals.





The two pumpkin plants are in the center, the ones from a pumpkin I just threw into the garden last Halloween.  Lynette thinned most of the plants to avoid crowding.
She also planted the smaller sunflower plants from seeds.  
Usually she takes care of our flowers, trees and bushes while I help a little. But she wanted to give me a hand with my project and I'm happy she did.

    Some wild clover with imaginary turtle and snail guarding them.



8 comments:

  1. The garden is coming along beautifully.
    Pegs are a great idea, I use them for all kinds of things.

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  2. You are a genius! What a great idea.

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  3. You have a wonderful yard and garden. Continued success this summer!

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  4. Aren't you clever! Gawd knows people don't use clothespins any more to hang wet laundry.

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  5. Me enamora las plantas!!El ver crecer de una semilla como salen los tomates..Calabazas ect

    Un jardín hermoso y mucho cariño en el

    Abrazos Victoria

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    1. Thanks for joining my blog. I just joined yours.
      Gracias por unirse a mi blog. Me he unido a la suya.

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    1. Thank you for joining my blog.
      I just joined your blog
      Grazie mille
      Ho appena aderito il tuo blog.

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