The Garden

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Pineapple
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Papaya
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Growing indoor Avocado Trees
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Transplanting Avocados

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Papaya

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Mammoth Sunflowers

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Sunflowers. Can’t wait to eat sunflower seeds.
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Watermelon
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Mint Leaves. So good.

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Avocado

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About six months ago we decided to plant every seed we had from fruits and vegetables, along with plants from the local Farmers Market. We decided to grow our first garden together once we realized how great we feel after eating only organic fruits and vegetables. We also planted our organic garden out of curiosity. We live in Florida so the climate is perfect for our new outdoors project. So we did our research and found ways to germinate the seeds, feed, and graft the trees to promote rapid flowering. We found that manure was a great way to get our garden growing. Witnessing new life rooting from the seeds of the fruits and vegetables is a treasure. We strive to reap all the benefits from plant based foods. The garden is our sanctuary, our place of relaxation, growth and living enzymes! Sometimes we will excercise our bodies by the garden to breathe its eager vitality. Although we grew many seeds unfortunately some did not root, however many did! Including; pineapple tops, papaya seed, date seed, lemon seed, sunflower seed, avocado seed, coconut, mint and milkweed and patiently waiting to see some escarole, kale, jackfruit, mamey, lychee and apple trees.

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