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Garden Update: MAJOR progress in Taylorsville Garden tonight!

6/7/2011 | Sheryl McGlochlin
Garden Update:  MAJOR progress in Taylorsville Garden tonight!

We made SO much progress tonight in the Taylorsville Garden with just 8 people!!!!  As of 10 pm, Tuesday, nearly ALL of Taylorsville Garden is planted now and it's our largest garden! 

 

Taylorsville Garden NOW has these plants in the ground:

Several types of tomatoes - 52 plants

A variety of pepper plants:  100 plants

Watermelon - 15 plants

Cantaloupe - 72 plants

Cucumbers - 72 plants


This soil is SO rich and easy to work with that it was a GREAT pleasure to work there tonight!

Thank you EVERYONE so much!


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