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Oct 04, 2010

I have been enjoying the harvest and the volunteers in my compost bin. Behind the cantaloupes are the pomegranates, figs, tomatoes, lemons, and muscat grapes.


Luscious! Do you find that your volunteer cantaloupes differ from those you plant?
That was true of the volunteer cantaloupes that came up in my garden (see Group Garden Pictures). Thick firm flesh and a small seed cavity. I'm saving some of the seeds for spring planting. Stay natural, David

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