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PenelopeReedy posted a status update 
during our false spring week, my tulips bolted into bloom and quit - thunk! too fast. lilacs are starting to bloom now, another short spell. nighttime temperatures are back in the 30s, so we're back to a reasonable sweater-weather spring. i hope the fruit hasn't been ruined. the bees were busy.
gcard24 posted a status update 
Rain rain and more rain :(
BrotherJoseph blogged  

Because of Amaranth's use in religious rituals, the Spanish forbade it's cultivation. People had...

AndSewOn blogged  

We are a family of 5 (Mum, Dad & 3 girls aged 15 & 10 & 7, and Tigger the cat who is...

grammanan04 posted a status update 
There is a great video "How to peel a head of garlic in less than ten seconds" that is worth watching. I hate to peel garlic! At least I did!!!
antonis posted a status update 
Trying hard to eat the lettuce back to size
PenelopeReedy posted a status update 
temperature is 28F this morning after a week of afternoons in the 85F range. will peruse my patch of earth for possible damage after it warms up a bit.
rodneyleblanc posted a status update 
Temp down to 27 for this last week of April in Connecticut
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JudithFarr asked a question 
Are moles bad for my veg? Is there anything ecologically friendly I can do about them if they are?

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