Vegetable plot update.

@marguicha (104359)
Chile
November 13, 2017 2:42pm CST
Hello, dear friends. This morning I went to buy some paint for my living and dining rooms. I took a big nap after lunch as those morning outings tire me a lot. After I woke up, I went to check on the veggies with Leticia. The radishes are ready to eat. I ate 2 and they were delicious! The radishes are there while the zucchini plants are small. But they are slowly growing so they will have to be pulled out soon. The tomato plants are thriving. Soon I will have to find some canes to hold them up. The kale can be cut and eaten now. It is a pity that the lettuce did not come out. I will try to sow some more seed and maybe I´ll get a few. I know that most of you are heading for winter. Do you have any winter veggies that you have around this time of the year?
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@amadeo (76308)
• United States
13 Nov 17
no.I have lost all interest in food.Does not matter to ma any more
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
Why, dear Freddo?
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@amadeo (76308)
• United States
13 Nov 17
@marguicha not sure.Guess it is my age.My bud taste is not like what it used to be.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
@amadeo I wish I had your problem for a while. I would lose some weight and don´t feel sad about it
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• Pamplona, Spain
13 Nov 17
Broccoli and maybe Brussel Sprouts I think and we might be very luck just to get them fresh and in good condition. Artichokes are few and far between as to yet and the green beans are mouldy with black and white spots on and exhorbitant price too. Then they bombard us about eating fresh ha. Hope those tomatoes come out good. Here they have not been too bad touch wood.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
I can buy them but not have them in my garden. The 2 times I sowed Brussel Sprouts, they were eaten by lots of bugs.
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• Pamplona, Spain
13 Nov 17
@marguicha What a shame. We love them. But, but sometimes they sell them here very tiny and almost gone off already.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
@lovinangelsinstead21 I buy them on season. I love them.
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@kobesbuddy (57651)
• East Tawas, Michigan
13 Nov 17
Most of the vegetables we're eating now, are squash and zucchini. They are the tale end of our produce, until next Spring.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
We can eat zucchini all year, but not from our garden. But they are inexpensive enough so that it doesn´t matter.
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@kobesbuddy (57651)
• East Tawas, Michigan
13 Nov 17
@marguicha Melons have come to an end, here in Michigan.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
@kobesbuddy We are just about to begin the fruit season here.
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@m_audrey6788 (17515)
• Philippines
13 Nov 17
Oh nice day to you there! A fresh harvested vegetables always the best Mostly Salad here are available and some squash soups
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
I love a fresh salad.
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• Philippines
13 Nov 17
@marguicha Me too! I also make salad and add some sour mango in it
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
@m_audrey6788 I have only eaten mangoes as fruit.
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@jaboUK (55193)
• United Kingdom
13 Nov 17
I never grow vegetables, but yours sound delicious.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
For me it was a nice hobby until I had to have chemotherapy. The only raw veggies I could eat were from my house (no pesticides).
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@marlina (79784)
• Canada
13 Nov 17
We can buy a lot of different veggies from the store and they come from all over the place. We have to wait for next Spring before we can think of putting seeds in the garden
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
I buy my veggies in winter. But as soon as the earth warms up, the soil calls me
@Courtlynn (55383)
• United States
13 Nov 17
Hope the lettuce works next time.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
I hope so too.
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@Happy2BeMe (75424)
• Canada
13 Nov 17
No winter veggies here but i do enjoy the fall of the year when the veggies are all fresh here. Nothing beats fresh veggies that you grew yourself.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
I agree. I hope the tomatoes will be as good as they are now, while still too young.
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@JohnRoberts (65416)
• Los Angeles, California
13 Nov 17
You are going to enjoy much fresh home grown produce.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
13 Nov 17
Yes. They are the best.
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@JudyEv (137659)
• Bunbury, Australia
13 Nov 17
I have melons, capsicums and pumpkins growing. I might get some tomatoes later.
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@marguicha (104359)
• Chile
14 Nov 17
I don´t have enough space for melons or pumpkins
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@JudyEv (137659)
• Bunbury, Australia
14 Nov 17
@marguicha They can roam far and wide here if they so desire.
@peachpurple (12772)
• Malaysia
14 Nov 17
when the weather is cold, supermarket veggies become redundant. The usual are kale, spinach, lettuce , cabbages and eggplants