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first home: garden 5.17.14

If you noticed the date, these photos of my garden are from May 17th. The garden has definitely changed!  I have been behind on posting. Everything is blooming and growing very nicely. We don't have any vegetables for picking yet, but we hope to have somethings in a couple of weeks. I'll be out in my garden to take more photos for a better update, but here are photos from the week of May 17th.
 
My lilies have bloomed since the beginning of May. 
 
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The zucchini has grown more since this photo, but here they have too. I will have to get another update soon.
 
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The peppers have grown taller since last post.
 
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Cilantro are coming up nicely. Soon there will be a bush!
 
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Our lettuce will soon be ready! Last time, there were only four small leaves.
 
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When we came home from our cousin Tom's graduation we got a surprise. The string bean seeds we planted had sprouted.
 
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The pink roses have new blooms and look beautiful!
 
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The lemon grass have grown very high now. Last post they were only a couple of inches high.
 
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  1. Looks like you're having wonderful success. I can't wait to have a garden of my own, I'll definitely grow some of these plants too.

    Krissie x - http://pearlsofstyle.blogspot.com.au

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    1. yes, I will soon post more! Thanks! And you should def have a garden, its very fun!

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