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Georgeson Botanical Gardens

Robin Finds A Huge Cabbage Head At The Georgeson Botanical GardensOur Guest Garden is the Georgeson Botanical Gardens in Fairbanks Alaska. During our recent two month trip to Alaska we visited numerous gardens and vegetable-producing farms and were fascinated by the types and size of vegetables that can be grown in Alaska! It seems that the secret are the very long 22 hours of sunlite that the plants receive, so they can grow to an enormous size. Take a look at the cabbages in the photos and you'll see what we mean!

More Photos Georgeson Botanical Gardens

Look at the size of that cabbage head!

Alaskian corn crop

Bill checking out the compost barrel

Pepper plants planted in black plastic

Squash growing out of black plastic

Onions have gone to seed

A lettuce garden

Bill finds several large heads of broccoli

One of the many garden beds at the botanical gardens

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