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Chantal Fuder, Edgerton, WI, US
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gardening interests: Cooking, Organic Gardening, Urban Gardening, Vegetables

Member Since: 04/04/2010


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Larvae, bugs

Today was the first sunny and warm day. Spring may actually be coming. I prepared a couple of my boxes and came across this larvae. I find at least one every year. I was not able to identify it, does...

Summer is finally here

The heat is here, and the tomatoes, zuchini and cukes are thriving. I have dozens of volunteer tomatoes and hundreds of morning glories coming up. My taters have blossoms.  It is amazing to...

Daffodils

This daffodil ribbon is on the roadside between Edgerton and Janesville. It is about 21 long and it is composed of 400 bulbs (give of take a few). It certainly brightens up the drive and the day.

Raised beds

I love this time of the year. It feels so good to finally get to play in the dirt. I got a lot done this weekend. My boxes are clean. I got a few things planted. Gathered 6 tumblers of worms from the...



recent comments

Re: Raised Beds in Winter

Very nice. put up some more photos.

Re: Raised beds

Harold, I got a little overboard with the design. But then I bought hog pens and leaned them up against the walk-thru. I grow Peas, beans, cuke, gourds, melons on the hog pens and some times they make it over the top and make a cool arch.

Chantal