What do you grow besides the obvious

Discussion in 'Gardening' started by JonathanT, May 16, 2018.

  1. Anyone else grow interesting stuff besides the obvious along side? I have some amazing hot peppers, cacti, air plants, basilas well as flowers and houseplants in my grow.
     

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  2. Chile peppers, herbs and some flowers and ornamentals for around the house.
     
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  3. Any pics? My ornamental peppers are flowering. My super hots are being attacked by flea beetles
     
  4. Red maples. And tomato plants. I had a few pepper and squash plants going too but there isn't much room in a perpetual setup when there is a back log of money makers so they got the axe.
     

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  5. Tomatoes, peppers, squash, pumpkins, eggplant, artichoke, basil, oregano, sage, rosemary, thyme, mint, lavender, chrysanthemums, morning glory, cactus, hollyhock, jasmine and cannabis.
     
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  6. Just some red bell peppers besides the obvious. Really busy year because me and my new wife are saving, looking for a house and taking care of all the shit in our current one haha.. the pepper plant is doing really good. Growing it outside in the same living soil I made for the obvious. Started indoor for cannabis almost a year ago.. in my 7th week of flower currently and my first scrog. Doing great also!
     
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  7. I planted some wild plum trees (prunus americana) on the edge of my property where the woods meet for a living fence, now im fighting japanese beetles and im loosing, you can see dead beetles everywhere under the trees like a mulch from me spraying yet it hasent stopped anything. I also grow comfrey.
     
  8. One time a few years back I grew a whole mess of green beans that were the best I ever tasted and since then I can't ever eat store bought anymore. At the same time I also had a serrano pepper plant which grew the best serranos I ever had.
     
  9. Tomatoes peppers squash radish and wild flowers. And of course pot. All started from seed
     
  10. I grow a lot of things

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    Hydroponic tomato and cucumber
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    The roots of the tomato
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    Melon patch
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    Indoor hydroponic shelf system
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  11. Looking good. I’m a soil growing guy but doing good
     
  12. I’m currently growing corn, tomatoes, peppers, beans, Echinacea, and chamomile, potted in my supersoil.

    Broccoli, cauliflower, beans, acorn squash, pickling and slicing cukes, cantaloupe, watermelon, honeydew, and a pumpkin, in my garden

    Tomato and cuke in hydroponic bubble buckets

    Tomato and pepper, with lettuce- top shelf indoor hydro
    Lettuce- third shelf
    Strawberries- second shelf
    Herbs- bottom shelf
     
  13. Nice. What no pot ?
     
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  15. A little of that too.
     
  16. After all that work in the garden some time you need a little break
     
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  17. It’s not work if you enjoy it though. I could be roofing, lol.
     
  18. I totally agree. Been a carpenter for years growing is my favorite. Not work but fun nothing better then digging in the dirt. Well maybe fishing
     
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  19. Wow just got your pictures What flavors. You are doing good
     
  20. I’m a carpenter/ sider too.
     

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