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Kathy – loved seeing the pictures from your bountiful garden! Pixie and I wish a very happy new year to you and Skippy!– Daisy in AZ
Your harvest pictures are amazing, Kathy. It looks like your plots produced quite a it despite the awful weather. Hopefully 2010 will be even more rewarding!
I love these photos! What a great compilation, thanks for posting it!
This post totally made my new years day, such a wonderful collection of harvests! Best of luck for a fruitful (and vegeful) 2010
Wonderful! Encouraged me to go out and weed some today. Happy New Year!
Wow, what a greate year for veggies! All produced lokally for lokal consumption, love your blogg!Happy new year!Ingela
Your lovely photos inspired me to get out my garden seed catalogs. — barbara
I can only hope that come next christmas i'll have a collection of photos like that.
Kathy, I love your blog! I have visited it weekly over the past year. Your photos are so great.
I just started my own blog at:http://gardeningthruit.blogspot.com/
I don't know HOW you narrowed your favorites down to 6…all of these are so beautiful! And for whatever reason I am partial to the ones with dirt!
New to your blog. Love it!
Wow what great photos and what a great years harvest! This is enough to inspire all vegetable growers and beginners. Lets get sowing!
What a great perspective on the garden season . Just think of all the money you saved growing your own veggies.
This is so inspiring! Is it time to get out into the garden yet?
I really like the harvest photo laying in blogger. Is it a simple widget from flicker that does that or did you code it by hand?
I want to do it on my pages.http://ezellgarden.blogspot.com/
Keith, My photos are all uploaded a Flickr. I used the thumbnail version to insert in this post. They are 100×67 px if you want to use the same format. Crop photos to 4×6.
Thanks a million for the reply. I'll try that.
This is an inspiration. I love this post!
Wow. This is such a gorgeous post. All of the colors and delicious produces are fantastic. Hopefully I'll be able to to do a similar post on all of the strange things I'll be growing in my forest garden, if and when it happens.
Looking forward to the progress on your sweet potatoes. I'm seen some of my store bought ones start to sprout before, and I'll always been curious…
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