Late summer and fall gardening in Swaziland

I have been so far behind in updating all of you on my garden; at least I have kept good records.

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My plans from February, March, and April.

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My plans from May.

By May, I had quite the garden planted with onions, lettuce, beets, green pepper, hot pepper, paprika pepper, beans, broccoli, eggplant, tomatoes, and carrots. Everything grew great until the days really started getting short in June. Most of these plants are still growing in my garden now. I picked beans in July and carrots and tomatoes in July and August.

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Beans

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Peppers and eggplant

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Tomatoes and lettuce

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2 Responses to Late summer and fall gardening in Swaziland

  1. Nicole says:

    You are so organized! I need some of your motivation.

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