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 10-11-02

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11 Plant  garden sitting on a PVC stand. 

Spider plant in a 1 Plant table garden.

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Banana tree in a 1 plant garden.

This banana tree looks like it's ready to sprout bananas.  

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Another kind of 1 plant garden.

Broccoli is looking good now that we are getting cooler weather here in Fl.

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Greenhouse is getting full. Hope to get a roof on before it gets cold.

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lettuce-table.jpg (28282 bytes) Lettuce is already finished and I up to eating two salads a day. 

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Bell pepper is coming along but I'm going to have to get more than one per plant to be worth while.

Now this is more like it, plenty of  hot peppers 

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Row of single gardens.

Super Bush is my favorite tomato plant because I can grow more of them in the two litter system because they only get 4 ft tall.     

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tomato-double-row.jpg (32220 bytes) Here is regular size tomato plants growing in the drip from the top gallon bottle system. They are already being lowered because they hit the 10 ft height limit.  

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Get ready for HydroRon's Hydroponic Tomatoes coming soon. 

I will be selling tomatoes online shipped to your door as soon as they get vine ripe. If I can keep from eating them all. 

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