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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Planting Vegetables in Pots

Oh! Look at the tomatoes! Two weeks ago, we bought 4 flower-bearing tomatoes and for few days, it's getting bigger. I think hubby misses his dad. We went to Walmart two weeks ago and started looking for tomatoes and bokchoy plants. He bought a good size containers, potting soil and every day, he water the plants. As I look at the pots today, oh the bokchoy has grown and so healthy!In Mississippi, his father had a huge yard. We mow the lawn, plant some flowers and grow vegetables at the back area of the house.The three of us loves gardening. In fact, I have written and shared some photos of our daily garden activities in this blog. When he died, the family sold the property. But, last month when we visited Mississippi for Mardi Gras, we drove to the street and look at the house. We missed him!We have a Florida room which is a screened-porch and hubby allotted one corner for his gardening. I remember the last time, he was able to harvest tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant and yellow squash. At least, he got something to do here too.

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