Christine's first veggie garden in Quebeccomments (13) November 12th, 2012 in blogs
Today's photos are from Christine Fitzgerald. Christine says, "These are photos from my vegetable garden from Mont-Tremblant in Quebec, Canada. I am a new gardener and this was my first year growing vegetables. I grew everything from eggplants to leeks. The lot is on a deer path and as you can see it is a wooded area. The garden is in Zone 4a and gets a little over 6 hours of direct sun, which is amazing given the number of trees. The 6-foot-tall fence was key to keeping the deer and other critters out. This summer we had hot and humid weather with little rain so watering the garden was a constant challenge. I am already making plans for next year and hope to try my hand at growing some heirloom tomatoes." Wow, Christine, for a first time effort, you are a smashing success! I can't wait to see what you do next year!
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