Okra & Morning Glory

The okra, moonflower, and morning glory that I planted in garden bed number one are up and have their first true leaves.  On Sunday (June 9th), I removed the plastic milk jugs that were protecting the three groups of okra and put commercial tomato cages around them.  The morning glory and moonflower seedlings are growing inside the large, homemade tomato cage in the front left of the photo.  I’ve removed a lot of the “volunteer” plants, but you can see that there are a lot of dill, cilantro, shiso, and a few marigolds still growing in this bed.


okra closeup


morning glory and moonflower closeup



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work: chemist, NMR manager; hobbies: gardening, reading, photography, electronics, biking, woodworking
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