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My tour of the new veggie selections with AAS and NGB in CA starts tomorrow!! Can’t wait to see what they have! I’m driving down the CA ..read more
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I’m getting ready to travel to CA to tour nine vegetable breeders to checkout their new offerings!! I am so excited. The tour is hosted ..read more
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My tomatoes are in!! I thought this photo was worth playing with and making it into a piece of art. I love all these vegetables. The big ..read more
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My first ripe tomatoes of the season! Of course they are cherries - Sun Gold. Also my first blueberries and squash ..read more
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I planted my peas today. I started them indoors in big flat boxes and cut off paper bags. I'm a fan of planting indoors, mostly because I ..read more
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On Easter morning I dug the last of my parsnips. I’ve never overwintered them before but was told they are really sweet in early spring ..read more
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I've been posting on Facebook too. You can check there with this link. Its quicker for me to post there. I'll try to add all the posts here ..read more
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I guess I'm a bit slow, but i just noticed that Feedspot gave this blog an award. Top 30 Organic Gardening Blogs!! Nice. I appreciate that ..read more
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I had my first harvest of the season today. A pretty little head of red butterhead lettuce, some kalelette sprouts, and a handful of big ..read more
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