Who is growing fruits or vegetables at home this summer?

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Poll Who is growing fruits or vegetables at home this summer? (10 votes)

Yep, I am! 60%
Not I. 40%

What are ya growing?

Nothing crazy on my side, just a bit of zucchini, peppers and tomatoes. Will probably mix the variety up next year.

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#1 judaspete
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Bell peppers, beans, basil, sunflowers, and pumpkins. So far, the squirts have eaten most of it. Bastards are picking everything before it's anywhere close to ripe.

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#2 rmiller365
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Yup! I have an herb garden with some dill, sage, rosemary, and Basil and the vegetable garden has zucchini, tomatoes, cucumber, banana peppers and jalapeños. My "experiment" plants this year are Ghost peppers and Trinidad scorpion peppers because I want to see how hot I can go with some salsa.

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#3  Edited By Peasly
Member since 2004 • 454 Posts

I would like to if I had a garden/spare window sill and the patience for it. More into succulents, I'm really good at propagating my own. My brother grows peas and carrots possibly potatoes, he's really good at it.

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#4  Edited By stellazoe
Member since 2021 • 1 Posts

Yes, I am. I love gardening and growing vegetables. I grow Ladyfinger, Bitter gourd, Lufa, tomatoes this summer and I am enjoying eating fresh vegetables in my own garden. You can also visit https://www.expatsinsaudia.com to see about expats information. Thank you!!

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#5 Speeny
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Wish I could...! Feel as if I don't have the space nor the patience to do it?

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#6 ice_radon
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@speeny: Haha, I totally get it. You can easily plant some starter pepper or tomato plants in a medium sized pot on a deck and get something out of that. You don't have to have a full 40x40 foot plot of tilled soil.

I used to keep a couple plants on a small balcony back in the day.