Cozy home garden sitting area

Different angles, but all of my sitting area overlooking the melon garden in Carmichael CA

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  • Dusti B
    on Jul 26, 2012

    :) Guess three 100 degree days and me not checking their size for 4 days will do the trick...sigh..I water regularly and don't let the "hills" dry out completely ever. (They prob were not ripe as other melon I picked was not ripe when cut open...sigh...) Hey, at least they're producing and I haven't had pest or mildew issues.

  • Douglas Hunt
    on Jul 26, 2012

    It sounds like you're doing exactly the right things, Dusti. Sometimes these things just happen no matter what precautions we take.

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