PICS: Gardens in Northeast Ohio

Posted on: 6:18 am, June 20, 2013, by , updated on: 08:29pm, January 7, 2014

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  • made this becuse i had no room for a real garden there are two others i planted tomatoes, strawberries , onions ans herbs.

  • Our lavender starting to bloom, last summer

  • Not my garden, but it is my backyard in the middle of summer. So green and warm. but now it is white and frozen.

  • This is an update to the veggie seeds we planted on our Patio in Lakewood. These veggies are now in the 5 week stage.

  • Begonias, Canas, Weeping Cherry, Petunias, Salvia, Morning Glory, Marigold, and 2 Plum trees. There's a few others hiding in the shade, but these are the most prominent.

  • Nick Boldi's 8 foot tomato plant.

  • The Garden has done wonderful this yr!

  • I live in Northfield Center.This is the tallest Sunflower I have ever had!

  • My tallest sunflower, at 5:45 Thursday morning, next to the Bluemoon!

  • After eating some flower seeds..this bird was thirsty.

  • She is showing you how tall she is..and how tall the flower is!

  • Thursday AM..looking at the beautiful moon!

  • This is the large planter we planted vegetables in two weeks ago on our outside patio in Lakewood.

  • Herbs in our Planter on our outdoor patio

  • Jamie's Garden 8/19/13

  • Garfield Heights, Ohio. we have a little bit of everything; corn, yellow squash, zucchini, 3 types of tomatoes, strawberries, cantaloupe, various different gourds, 3 types of peppers, and the list goes on Tom Pardue and Kayla Kruzel

  • Garfield Heights, Ohio. we have a little bit of everything; corn, yellow squash, zucchini, 3 types of tomatoes, strawberries, cantaloupe, various different gourds, 3 types of peppers, and the list goes on. Tom Pardue and Kayla Kruzel

  • We started with no flowers and this year we have flowers. We also planted herbs in containers and a late vegetable garden in a large up off the ground container.

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  • Firepit area off of our deck, along with arbor - ornamental grasses - and rosebushes

  • This is a Magnificent okra flower

  • If you look closely you can see the okra growing up

  • The four o'clocks come back yearly;

  • My Garden Shed - custom made by my loving husband Buck! Picture submitted by B.J. Buckingham 8/6/13

  • Front yard petunias and hanging basket

  • Our maltese littleface seeking shade in our flower pots on our deck

  • $7 Walmart hanging Basket. I know!

  • Famicos Foundation planted an employee garden in the Glenville Neighborhood where they serve the people of the community. This garden was planted to eliminate a empty lot and put something positive on the street and to get the youth engaged. Famicos had three (3) students from the Y.O.U program (Youth Opportunited Unlimited) assist with planting, watering and maintaining the garden this year. The garden was a huge success!!

  • Frank Wargo of Auburn Township still has an amazing garden at age 82. Nothing goes to waste, his wife Joyce cans whatever does not get consumed by his family and friends. WE LOVE YOU DAD AND MOM!!!

  • Our 6` big boy tomato plants by our small patio in New London; sent in by Scott

  • Enjoying the Flowers in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

  • A pic of my perennial herb garden

  • Angel Trumpet Richfield

  • My grandpa is 5'11", and this plant stands over 2 feet taller than him!

  • My mother in law's beautiful plant in Richfield!

  • This is my 1st garden ever. I have 10 different variety of tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, zucchini & strawberry.

  • This is my 1st garden ever. I have 10 different variety of tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, zucchini & strawberry.

  • These are part of my annual garden: red, yellow and white 4 o'clocks. The vegetables this year include okra. I've had this garden for 12 years.

  • Here are the okra that are growing nicely with the 4 o'clocks here on 110th and Woodland Ave.

  • Brayden's First Garden (2yrs) LOVES his garden and has helped from the construction of the bed to the daily maintenence! Looking forward to the tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers that are to come :)

  • This is my main garden, which has been blooming with different flowers all spring and summer. It's been a rainbow of color, and isnt about to stop yet!

  • William's garden

  • Kentucky Wonder Bean growing out of cinder blocks

  • This 30x72 structure is a seasonal high tunnel which extends the growing season into the fall and winter months. currently, I am growing strawberries, corn, collard greens, tomatoes, lettuce and pole beans.

  • Garrettsville, Ohio Ali plays in Tom and Nanny's garden.

  • My amazing father Antonio in 1 of his 2 amazing gardens. (this is the small one) We love you Pa! Nicki from Cleveland (west side)

  • Chloe sent us this photo of her garden

  • These are evening sun mix sunflowers. The deer have been nibbling on them....

  • Our first garden.

  • Our first garden.

  • Our first garden.

  • We have both yellow squash and acorn squash in this patch.

  • kelly in lodi ohio tomatoes peppers onions cucumbers watermelons

  • Our 21 month old, Vance, loves banana peppers from our garden! (Mansfield, OH)

  • 7' tomato plant in Dick and Carol's garden in Green.

  • Bob's vegetable garden in Mantua.

  • Janie of Mantua show us two of their three raised bed gardens.

  • Morgan Braemer's first garden, in Fairport Harbor.

  • Morgan Braemer, 9, plants her first garden, in Fairport Harbor.

  • Mark Thut in Wooster tends to this vegetable garden.

  • This vegetable garden belongs to Carolyn Schue in Huntsburg.

  • We had to prop up our corn after the storms flattened it. Our garden is 10 ft by 10 ft.

  • We had to prop up our corn after the storms flattened it. Our garden is 10 ft by 10 ft.

  • The garden I raise along with garlic on my family farm in Hudson, Oh.

  • Everything is swimming .

  • john dudich planting rice in his back yard in barberton

  • The first picture is Boone's garden in Ashland County on Sunday 7/7/13, the second picture is Boone's garden after the severe storms swept through on 7/10/13. Hope the corn and tomatoes stand back up as the corn is over 6' and the tomatoes are about 5'.

  • Only good thing about all this rain

  • Charles in Brunswick. Second photo

  • I think every day there was a chance of rain, it rained here.

  • Had a storm, with high winds come through and blew down part of the corn, it'll stand back up on it's own, if we get a dry spell.

  • This is our grandson Cohan holding a yard stick to show that this sweet corn is already six feet tall.

  • Gary's garden from Elyria. Growing everything for us, our kids, and grandkids.

  • Guess the tomatoes don't need any watering Butler, Ohio

  • The garden at the Exton's home in Garfield Hts. Ohio

  • The garden at the Exton's home in Garfield Hts. Ohio

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  • My beautiful bush is about 6 ' wide and 5' tall. The blossoms are at least 6-8 inches in diameter. A wonderful season for flower gardens.

  • Wakeman, Ohio

  • Hi Scott, I don't have a veggie garden, I do have all sorts of flowering plants that are loving all this rain too! This is my pink mop head hydrangea..... loves the rain!

  • Noah (age 4) and Hunter (age 1) are so proud of Papa and Gamma Mekeel's garden! This is going to be a good year!!

  • Tomatoe plants

  • Kundtz garden in Mentor

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  • Golden and Fordhook Zucchini, acorn squash, 3 sweet pepper plants, 2 #506 bush tomatoes. Watermelon and Cantaloupe grow up the trellis.

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  • Raimondo and Teresa in the garden working hard...:)

  • Lisa's garden in Brook Park

  • Lisa's garden in Brook Park

  • Lisa's garden in Brook Park

  • Paula's garden in Amherst

  • From Fox 8 viewers- Kevin Patty & Katie O'Brien: Heres our raised bed garden in Amherst. The structure is a deer proof vegetable growing cube we are trying...sides open out for easy harvest. Inside are cukes and grape tomatoes. The rest of the garden has broccoli rabe, carrots, beets, broccoli, peppers, green onions, lettuce, herbs, cabbage and zucchini.

  • Who said you can't grow corn in the city? Rita, of Cleveland, submitted this photo of her corn stocks.

  • This delicious looking tomato was submitted by Chris Oney in Mansfield.

  • Joe and Sandy Strohsack of Oberlin, sent us this picture of their garden after 7 inches of rain.

  • From Susan in Newcomerston.

  • Kam and Kelly Rose Kuhl's garden in Milan. They have broccoli, peas, lettuce, tomatoes, beans, potatoes and peppers.

  • Lawrence Robson's garden on Lipton Avenue in Cleveland.

They are hard work and extremely rewarding.  Have you worked up a sweat planting, weeding and watering your garden?

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