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Smaller cantaloupe ripened to a bright yellow-orange. Lets hope it tastes as good as it looks :) #gardening #horticulture #cantaloupe #austin #texas

Smaller cantaloupe ripened to a bright yellow-orange. Lets hope it tastes as good as it looks :) #gardening #horticulture #cantaloupe #austin #texas

3 weeks from pollination and i finally get to enjoy this jumbo cantaloupe! :) #gardening #melons #cantaloupe #horticulture #outdoors #summer #austin #texas

3 weeks from pollination and i finally get to enjoy this jumbo cantaloupe! :) #gardening #melons #cantaloupe #horticulture #outdoors #summer #austin #texas

Largest of the 3 cantaloupes  growing in my front yard on my cheap improvised trellis, getting closer to full size  #cantaloupe #horticulture #gardening #fruitsandvegetables

Largest of the 3 cantaloupes growing in my front yard on my cheap improvised trellis, getting closer to full size #cantaloupe #horticulture #gardening #fruitsandvegetables

Young cantaloupe from the front yard. Didn't notice it until I had already uprooted the plant for not producing :/ #cantaloupe #gardening #horticulture #nature #melons

Young cantaloupe from the front yard. Didn't notice it until I had already uprooted the plant for not producing :/ #cantaloupe #gardening #horticulture #nature #melons

Think you can't veggie garden year round? Think again -- these tips year round veggie gardening tips will keep you in harvesting all 12 months.

Think you can't veggie garden year round? Think again -- these tips year round veggie gardening tips will keep you in harvesting all 12 months.

Friend and Foe Companion Planting for: Beans, Corn, Onions, Cukes, Peppers, Cabbage, Lettuce, Radishes, Carrots & Tomatoes

Friend and Foe Companion Planting for: Beans, Corn, Onions, Cukes, Peppers, Cabbage, Lettuce, Radishes, Carrots & Tomatoes

The first vine that grows will have more male flowers than female. Cut the vine at about 10 feet long to get more female flowers--and more gourds

The first vine that grows will have more male flowers than female. Cut the vine at about 10 feet long to get more female flowers--and more gourds

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