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These pictures are of my own home and garden. If you have any questions about them don't hesitate to email me. If you want to get the enlarged image, just click on a picture.

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Vegetable Garden, 1998
My vegetable garden, 1998
Vegetable Garden, 1998
My vegetable garden, 1998
Peas, Lettuce, and Peppers
My vegetable garden, 1998
Snow Peas
My vegetable garden, 1998
Vegetable Garden, 1998
My vegetable garden, 1998
Vegetable Garden, 1998
My vegetable garden, 1998
Vegetable Garden, 1998
My vegetable garden, 1998
Vegetable Garden, 1998
My vegetable garden, 1998
Daffodils
Daffodils: a bit of beauty in early spring
Tulips
An interesting variety of tulips that I picked up
Snow Peas
Peas are legumes: they team up with bacteria to increase the nitrogen content of the soil
Mulched bed
Mulch improves appearance, water and heat retention, and prevents erosion
Earthworm
Earthworms improve soil aeration and break down organic matter
Japanese Red Maple
A mulched bed with a few azalea bushes and a small Japanese Red Maple

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