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Tomato Plants

I started these plants from seeds in a wet folded napkin then transplanted them to vermiculite until they were big enough to go in the hydro garden.
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Transplanting

 
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Transplanting

 
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Transplanting

 
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Transplanting

 
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Transplanting

 
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Pool Garden

We have strawberries. Almost enough to put on my Cereal.
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Pool Garden

I am still using Miracle-Gro to grow these plants in the Pool Garden.
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Pool Garden

Tomato blooms.
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Pool Garden

Flea Cactus. This plant will grow six feet tall in this gallon drip system.
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Pool Garden

A three year old herb that refuses to die.

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