My Garden

by Joel
(Sydney, NSW)

My garden

My garden

I have a garden which I share with Micah my brother and we planted vegetables last year. They grew so well so this year we will grow some more vegetables. We are going to plant strawberries, cherry tomatoes, beetroot, silverbeet and beans. We also bought sunflower seeds. We haven't planted them yet because it is raining outside. We also need to put manure in some of the gardens. Micah and I have already put a lot of really good compost and worms in our garden.

We have a hot house and we have some big containers and we fill them up with water and there is a pipe which comes from the big containers and waters the little plants. I have a pump in micahs and my garden on this tray.

WE WATER THEM GOD MAKES THEM GROW

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Oct 07, 2009
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The Last Line
by: James

I like your line at the end!!

Jun 03, 2009
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Well done
by: Bob

You guys are so brave to make a garden, It must such a lot of work to do all that weeding. Nice work, Keep it up

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