What's up, July 4th?

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    margba
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    I have cukes & zukes coming in!  Picked my only ripe tomato a couple days sgo, rest are still green!  Peppers &:eggplants coming along but not giving fruit yet!  Happy 4th of July!


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    margba
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    Zukes are now coming in fast & furious!  Gonna wait til they get a little bigger to pick some!


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    wilderness_NY_Z4
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    Marg finally got a chance to check my garden today and the cukes and zucchini I planted a week ago are up.  Have a few small tomatoes on the patio tomatoes and the tomato plants in the ground are finally taking off.  There is hope for a garden this year yet.


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    steve232__nc
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    Finally getting some cucumbers now and the squash is really producing. Looks like I’ll be picking green beans in the next few days while my peppers are really looking good. I think these may be the prettiest bell peppers I’ve ever grown. Also my Hungarian Yellow Wax peppers are really producing right now.



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    margba
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    Wow!  Looks great, Steve!  Bette, I am sure you will get tomatoes, etc coming out of your ears soon enough!


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    I picked a nice, big cuke today!  Already ate half of it w/ some ranch dip as an afternoon snack!  Have srveral smaller pickling cukes coming along.


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