Garden Journal : June 27, 2018

It has been raining a lot lately, so the garden is too wet to work on today.

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Instead of weeding and tending to the plants, we are only looking at the plants.
We learned to describe the color, shape and edges of the leaves of all of our plants.

 

 

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In plot 1, the cucumber plants have green leaves, and they are heart-shaped.
Their edges are very jagged.   cucumber-plant-leaves-102849

The pepper plants also have green leaves. Their shape is a teardrop, and the edges are smooth.

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In plot 2, the tomato plants have green leaves. The leaves have 7 leaflets.
The edges are very jagged.

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In plot 3, the onions have green leaves that a very different shape. These leaves are the part of the plant that is above the ground while the onion is growing below the ground. The leaves are long shaped, and the edges are smooth.  onion-leaves-103244
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In plot 4, the green beans
have green leaves.
The leaves have 3 leaflets,
and the edges are smooth.

 

 

 

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