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My Old Urban Garden, Photos of my Gardens
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The flowers from my big Norway Maple have fallen all over everything. A carpet of green on a rainy day.

aerial views of my home vegetable garden

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  • Thats pretty neat looking, it makes it look like everything is already up and growing!!

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  • I bet that makes for an easy natural mulch though! 😀 I have a gigantic pine tree in my backyard so whenever it gets windy my beds are covered in pine. It’s good for my blueberries but I think it’s making my soil too acidic for everything else…

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  • I am so jealous! I just got a piece of land to rent this weekend,as my whole yard doesn’t get enough sun to grow veggies. Your photos are amazing and your dog looks like my Newfoundland puppy!

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  • At first I thought they were all seedling popping up! Soon!

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  • I thought they were all seedlings too! I wouldnt be surprised as it seems your always a step ahead! 😉

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  • Nice view. The gardens look great. Can’t wait to see the produce.

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  • That’s a cozy looking garden! Mine looks more like a production farm. 🙂

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  • I was just going to say you must have maples. We have the same ones out back, first you clean up flowers, then immature seeds, then mature seeds and finally all their fallen leafs. Such a joy!

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  • Norway Maples make PA’s invasive plant list. One of the first things I did when we bought our house was rid our backyard, neighborhood, and state of the biggest invader I hope ever to see in my garden.

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  • I enjoy your blog. How do you get the aerial garden shots?

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  • Anna, I lean out the window…

    Wayne, Have you been really involved in limiting this plant? Congrat’s! How about MA next. The proclivity of this tree is phenomenal! I imagine how beautiful an oak would be.

    Dan, The worst of the Norway is pulling the seedlings. Leaves, flowers and seeds are fine.

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  • Kathy— I have only taken out one large one Norway Maple, but as in this case always talk about how they are invasive. My neighbor has one so I am still killing seedlings.

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