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Old September 12, 2017   #9
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The Hugel is starting to peeter out a bit as fall approaches and these pics are a bit sad because I took them midday with weepy leaves, but I am pleased to say the bed has been an eye-opening success this season.

Everything it grew has thrived and the plants that self propagated are even fruiting (you never know what a hybrid strain from the grocery store will do). So far I have 3 nice Blue Hubbard squashes, several pumpkins, acorn squash, tomatoes, a potato plant and some other unidentified winter squashes. All but the Blue Hubbard were from seeds in kitchen waste used to create the bed.

Anyway, here are some update photos.

A couple of Blue Hubbards

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