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WHAT'S NEW 11-14-02

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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, spider plant, aloe plant, and a wandering jew in a 1 plant garden.

 Banana's look full size but they are miniature bananas.  

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.Banana trees growing in perlite and or grow rocks. This will be a test to see what size plant these gardens can handle.

 

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Ivy plant growing in a simple drip from the top garden made out of two 5 gallon buckets. The small submersible pump in the lower green bucket pumps the nutrient solution up to the top bucket filled with perlite and just about any kind of plant you want to grow. 

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Table full of broccoli.

. Broccoli has finally sprouted a head.

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    Well trimmed tomato plants stating to finish fast with the cooler weather.

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Looks more like a pumpkin that a tomato    

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tomato-close-up1.jpg (17671 bytes)  Eating tomatoes as fast as they ripen. When I get to many to eat then I might sell some on the internet if anyone is interested in what a real tomato taste like.

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