Snook in Missouri?

Gulf of Mexico or Spy Garden?

Gulf of Mexico or Spy Garden?

A Snook and a Redfish

A Snook and a Redfish

Spy Garden "reef" from a distance under a Mimosa tree

Spy Garden “reef” from a distance under a Mimosa tree

An Angelfish

An Angelfish

I didn’t get pictures of every individual fish (there are five) “swimming” in the garden yet. Will post tomorrow/soon! In sort of unrelated news, the garlic has been sorted:

Piles of garlic

Piles of garlic

I had it all stacked in my garden “office” and was planning to hang it there to let it cure. But I realized it does get a fair amount of sun and garlic needs to cure in a shady, airy and covered location so I ended up hanging it somewhere else.

The pile for eating!

The pile for eating!

Scapes for planting (I cut them off the plants and hung them in a separate bunch)

Scapes for planting (I cut them off the plants and hung them in a separate bunch)

The cloves are so pretty

The cloves are so pretty

Curing! (It is supposed to take one to two months)

Curing! (It is supposed to take one to two months)

And one more gratuitous shot of the fish in the lettuce patch:

Spy Garden Reef

Spy Garden Reef

6 thoughts on “Snook in Missouri?

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  2. Mominthegarden

    I absolutely LOVE the fish! I’m going to go and see what else you’ve posted about them! Will you use all of that garlic? What a fantastic harvest! I’ve never tried growing it in winter – I’m hoping this year I’ll get it done. I usually harvest mine in the fall. I even just love having it hanging in our back room (probably too bright, but only place right now…). It also looks like your weather is glorious! :-)

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    1. Spy Garden Post author

      Thanks! I think we will use a lot of the garlic, but I want to replant a fair amount of it and we will probably give some away too. I’ve never tried growing it for a fall harvest, I think it may be too hot here to do that.

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