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Old 06-02-2017, 08:02 AM
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Ok guys/gals let us see your green thumb skills. Here's a few of my little garden. Everything is doing really well this year compared to last year with the drought we had. I only hope the rain keeps coming.

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Got tomatoes, bell pepper, jalapeno pepper, green beans, peas, baby lima, okra, sweet corn, and yellow squash.

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Old 06-02-2017, 10:59 AM
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Thanks for the Pics, so wild to see gardens that are in full swing this time of year. Ours is mostly planted but most things still hiding from the cold. The covers are on the winter, summer and melons and cukes still. Garlic is doing well, it likes the cold. Things will look a whole lot different in a month or so. Warm weather is on its way. Fun to see other gardens.

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Old 06-02-2017, 11:28 PM
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Good looking bunch of greens guys.
You all are WAY ahead of us here, we just first got ours planted two weeks ago.
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Looking good guys!

Rain kept mine out. I'll post pics when I can, but I only planted a small part of it recently. My corn just now emerged.
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Old 06-03-2017, 01:47 AM
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Planted ours 2 weeks ago. Beans, onions, and carrots are emerging. Waiting on lettuce. Got some squash, peppers, tomatoes and brussel sprouts. I think I'm going to add some radishes and jalapenos too.

1st time I've done a garden myself but we had one at my parents' for years growing up. Used my Dad's old tiller to get it going.
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Bamafan, garden looks amazing! Ours is doing a lot better than last year. Have broccoli, cheddar cauliflower, red cabbage, red onions, jalapeños and bell peppers, several different tomatoes varieties, cucumbers, bunch of lettuce and kale been cutting like crazy, some celery,cantaloupe and watermelons
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Three forks, that looks like a commercial operation! Awesome garden! I love Montana, worked on a cabin for the USFS handful of years ago in the bitterroot, stayed in Hamilton, best fly fishing I have done in my life! Also worked near you on a cabin for the NPS and stayed in Bozeman. I'm gonna end up living out there one day, beautiful country and nice folks
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It is a commercial setup, its how I make my living in the summer. And it keeps me off the streets as they say.. My fishing partner grew up in Hamilton
and worked for the USFS in the 60s in the Bitteroot. small world.

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