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Comin' On Strong.

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Thursday March 7, 2013

Naples, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: 2nd crop on this bush. The 1st crop was attacked by worms, and thanks to WU adivce (ChrisAnthemum) this time around has doubled its crop, which also prooves the benefit of pruning!

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4. pegpics
11:44 AM GMT on March 09, 2013
Thanks for comments!!!...this huge tomato bush is actually planted in the ground, because I knew it would outgrow any planter I could afford. The pepper plants remain potted, as my garden area is shallow, mostly sand over a bed of sandstone, which describes most of Florida. Its rich tropical plantlife constantly lays down a natural layer of topsoil for wilderness plants. I had to add topsoil to my garden.
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3. Hotzenwaelder
7:34 AM GMT on March 09, 2013
Tomatoes in March! I think I am dreaming, as tomatoes thrive only in hothouses here where I live.
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2. fawnriverrockroad
3:20 PM GMT on March 08, 2013
Hope you will soon ENJOY! the fruits of your labor! :)
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1. swampteach
1:46 PM GMT on March 08, 2013
Wow, these look delicious! I want to pick one from the screen and make a good tomato sandwich!! Do you grow them in pots or has the weather not been cold enough to bother them?
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pegpics

Hi, I'm Peg. I live in Naples, FL. I grew up on the Eastern Shores of Delaware and Maryland and I love boats and old cars. I love animals when they are mocking human nature, and I love human nature when it is expressing joy. I love all my WU FRIENDS and the way you all share your lives and experiences through your photos is precious to me. This is all so much fun!!!

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