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The Harvest 2012

While we have only been gardening for 3 years, each year is different. This year, a late May frost killed off what we had started (squash, tomatoes, peppers), but we started over. And early October frost further shortened the growing season, meaning the tomatoes got to ripen in the sunroom. This was also a plentiful …

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Putting Fruit Away

This year has been a great year for fruit in my little corner of the world. Everyone has fruit, whether or not they want it. Even us, with are recently transplanted berries and wild plums had something to put away in the freezer (the plums, and we simply ate all the berries as they ripened). …

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Spring Flowers

It seems like Spring arrived early and left early, like a nervous slip of a girl to her first ball. Below are some pics of flowers before the heat and wind of an early summer arrived. I don’t know what all these are, so feel free to jump in and tell me.       …

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