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June 13, 2012


I am going to have a huge area to grow a garden next year and have no idea what to do. It seems I am going to fend of deer, let alone other normal critters. SOUNDS FANTASTIC.

I hope you get some tomatoes for all of your hard work! I had one or two grow for me last year. Quite discouraging to say the least!

Dude, that Bradford Pear tree is HAUNTING YOU. And also maybe being a little bit of a dick.

All my cucumbers died. Poor cucumbers. My tomatoes are doing okay, but they are the only thing really. And something is eating my strawberries.

Miracle Gro? I think you are organically minded, but I used it for the first time this year and it does help.
I am on my first real garden this year (tomatoes and peppers are not from seed and I have only three heirloom plants, some other veggies are from seed), but I have done tomatoes before.
It is so easy to get attached and heartbreaking when things don't work out. So I have been using the MG, sort of to ensure success so that I will be willing to try again next year. It is a bit of a labor of love because you can only control so much!
Also, I think I killed all of my carrots when I added mulch.

Just saw this today, and it made me think of you: http://blog.hgtvgardens.com/late-bloomer-why-wont-my-tomatoes-get-with-the-production/

Hope it helps!

Micah says that you have to give it tomato food or it will never produce any tomatoes. I need to show you a picture of the tomato plant you gave me, then you'll feel much better!

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