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annanamshirin Our greenhouse is full of "babies" we've grown from seed. Aiming for 200 lbs of produce this year! 🌶 #organicbydefault #greenishthumb #eastvan #gardenlife #gardening 7min

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fiorirecustomflorals Was out in the #garden today. Craig was trimming a kiwi when I head a very upset #bird and I looked up and a #robin was flying all around, feathers all puffed, and squaking. I knew she was telling me she had her #babies in there. Craig was blissfully unaware of her distress and I yelled at him to stop. I then saw her nest at the bottom of the bush, on top of the structure, and I felt awful. I forbade anyone to go near it, which meant we couldn't really go anywhere near near the house, so that she knew we weren't a threat. She took about 1/2 an hour to return to her babies and we have stopped pruning until everyone is fully grown. #emptynest #nature #backyard #vancouver #eastvan #fiorirevancouver #gardenlife 47min

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tmynen my garden is at it's most beautiful right now. Planted a beaut from the farmers market. #springblossoms #gardenlife #gnomesayin 48min

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racheljoyvoth Remember the cabbage I started from seed in February? Look how grown up they are now! The path could use a good weed though! 🤓 Details: In this row I have planted Caraflex cabbage (a smaller head variety), radishes, Tango celery and a few Walla Walla Onion. The radishes act as mulch and are a trap crop for slugs. Onions and celery are pungent which can deter pests. Self-seeded buckwheat and borage are sprinkled throughout. We used sapling bows we pruned from our plum trees to create the curved structure for our row cover. Some of the boughs are still alive after almost two months in the ground! Full credit to beej for that idea... 56min

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