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Got some assorted peppers going from seeds I started in vermiculite and then transplanted to grow rocks.
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Here is my banana tree that froze this winter. Now I have eight more coming up in a broken container that I just let water drip from the hose 24-7.
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I will be harvesting six stalks of romaine lettuce tomorrow.
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Here is my 11 plant display garden at the market.
market3-16g.jpg (28894 bytes) 5 plant garden.
market3-31a.jpg (26342 bytes) Here is an untrimmed tomato plant in a one plant garden at my market greenhouse. 
market3-31.jpg (23040 bytes) Four weeks of growth and the tomatoes are aplenty 
market3-31c.jpg (16734 bytes) Flowers means lots of tomatoes if the don't fall off before the tomato forms.
market3-31e.jpg (21157 bytes) The aeroponic garden is still turning out clones every two weeks.
market3-31d.jpg (21387 bytes) Between 10 and 14 days we have roots.

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