How Does Our Garden Grow (Week 8)

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This is 7/2/2011.

It is growing. I missed last week since it had been raining. Rain in June in California! Who’d have thought!

Nothing on the chayote squash

Tomatoes are getting bigger

Zucchini plants are still growing surprisingly!

If you noticed, there are some weeds in there. We should take advantage of Norm’s time off to get out to the yard to get rid of thos guys before they get rid of our veggies. How about your garden? How’s it growing?

I am sad to report that the Mother’s Day hydrangea has gone to flower heaven.

– Joyce

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