Lunenburg Community's Garden Photos

Here are photos shared by the community in response to Robin's articles.

~~ Transplanting Winter-Sown Natives ~~

     

On the left they have just sprouted in the milk jug, and the right they have been transplanted into pots about a month later.

Submitted by the Laford family

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~~ Tomatoes ~~  

I started mine from seed indoors in March,
then transplanted about a week after the
cold snap/ snow storm in May.

I planted some heirloom’s and San Marzano’s.

I planted them in a brand new garden,
so the soil hasn’t been worked too much,
but most of the tomato plants seem to be doing well!

Submitted by Hannah Leigh

 

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~~ Tomatoes ~~

Planted cherry tomato starts with my grandsons (4 and 6).
One plant each.

My youngest grandson’s went belly - up so I secretly ran out
and got a new one so he wouldn’t fail at
his first gardening attempt.

Now they both look like this and they are
waiting and watching for them to ripen.

Submitted by Norma Wells 

 

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Here are my organic potatoes.

Half red and half yukon.

First time having my own garden.

Submitted by Heidi Sokolowski

 

 

 

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    ~~ Tomatoes ~~                                  ****                                  ~~ Tomatoes ~~

    The Haman Family                       ****                 We’re starting to see flowers! 

       Tomato Plant                             ****                      The kids are excited, 

                                               ****                            it’s their first plant!

                                            ****                               (2 & almost 4) 

                                                      ****                      Submitted by Macaroni Kid

 

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~~ Tomatoes ~~ 

 I bought and planted three varieties of organic tomatoes

from Kira Snow at Snowplace Farm here in Lunenburg.

I have never had such large plants!

Submitted by Camilla Hampton Thompson

 

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~~ Tomatoes ~~

Every spring, I buy my tomato plants from

Steve Debettencourt on Pleasant Street.

His tomato plants are large, healthy and vigorous.

One of these delicious tomatoes has

already ended up in a BLT.

Submitted by Eileen O'Brien

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