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We tried growing egg plant and okra last season and realized that the fire ants love them too!! So not this year!! http://www.glutenfreelady.com

Our first Nasturtium flower! These are great companion plants that help ward off pest! We plant them in the Cinder Block holes but they do need water especially if you don't have rain! http://www.glutenfreelady.com

Kale, beet tops, swiss chard and green onions from the garden for stir fry! http://www.sueseward.com

I Love Beets and green onions! Can't wait to eat some! Yum yum! We ate the beet tops too last year. Roasted them along with the beets in foil last year and they were incredible! Lot's of nutrients in the tops! http://www.glutenfreelady.com

De-suckering tomatoes - Make sure you do this with your tomato plants everyone! You will get bigger and better tomotoes!

Lookie here! Our first Clematis bloom! http://www.glutenfreelady.com

Herb garden March 25, 2014 Our Rue plant from last year on the right to repel bugs! Lettuce, Swiss Chard and Mustard greens planted in this bed along with Dill, spearmint, two kinds of sage, lemon thyme.. http://www.glutenfreelady.com

Cucumbers from 2013 season Resources, recipes, products at - http://www.glutenfreelady.com

How to plant tomatoes for best results. this way makes the plant produce more roots and become stabilized better - this can be done when the plants become too leggy (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post4779656&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Believe it or not even in cold weather climates, you can plant a fall garden and watch it grow. While the thought of a lush, vibrant garden typically conjures up images of summer, with the right planning and the right planting, you can achieve autumn abundance.