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This is not a good tomato year.Just counted 23 tomatoes on my 10 plants,all in all.I still hope they will make some more.The good news: the eggplants have finally decided to produce fruit....
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I made Sungold Tomato Preserves today! The 6 plants were started from seed in January and have kept me supplied with plenty of salad and pasta tomatoes recently. After putting the jars in to process, I sampled what remained in the cooking pot and to me, they taste remarkably like peach preserves. If you have an abundance of Sungold tomatoes, the preserves are easy to make. 4 pounds Sungold tomatoes 3 cups of sugar 1/2 cup lemon juice (@ 4...
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I am in to New and Interesting waves to sustability.
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Lemon Balm

Such a lovely herb. So pretty in the garden, so fragrant, so soothing in a tea. Thus go the...

crisrazzano posted a status update 
About 1/3 of the 102 pots are growing companion plants that are said to protect and enhance the summer veggies AND that particular 1/3 are also edible and some, medicinal, themselves; Basil, Lemon Balm, Marigold, Rosemary, Tarragon, Yarrow and Wormwood. After a sniffing testing of Wormwood, about which is said, to have an odor that drives all sorts of animals out of the garden area, I'd have to agree... "Peeyoooooo"!! Let's hope it works on...
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