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Alas, it just dawned on me that I may not have a summer crop of tomatoes or many other...

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If you are anything like me you might, at one time or another, find yourself feeling...

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One of the dogs and I in front of the garlic patch, just waiting.  The garlic should be ready...

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I am quite pleased that some of my potato seeds have germinated, they are tiny. The germination...

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