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Garden action. Potatoes, carrots, peas, beets, broccoli, cauliflower, squash, cucumbers and tomatoes.

In one photo you can see the cauliflower in the raised bed, and A couple of other cauliflower plants in the non-raised bed, and you can see what a big difference it makes having a raised bed.
I was planning to make the whole garden a raised bed this year but never got around to it with the Covid stuff going on.

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Oh man, that sucks. Every time there's hail I pray my garden doesn't get toasted. About 3 years ago hail toasted it, I've lucky so far since then.
 

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They are mammatus clouds, by far the largest concentration of mammatus formations I’ve ever seen though, even in pictures.

Here’s some I took..

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