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I have started a garden this fall. We already have a 15-year old orange tree that is producing like mad and around 10-12 other trees that produce from a couple of fruits to nothing. Some are new — we are trying to be patient. So — back to the garden.
It’s not the first time I have tried my hand at gardening. The first time, all of the wild creatures* with hands ate everything.
I even bought a little greenhouse a few years ago.
The wild animals with hands used their little hands to lift up the sides and to go in and finish off my tomatoes.
So this year, I bought a raised bed contraption — 2 feet off the ground. It’s covered too.
So far so good.
I have planted broccoli, collard greens, some type of red-tipped lettuce, arugula, and carrots. Maybe, the raccoons don’t love any of these veggies?
If this works, I will buy another raised bed and plant a larger garden in the spring.
We also bought some patio fruits.
Mini Blueberry bush
Mini Banana plant
and a mini pineapple
Wish us luck!
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