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Friday, June 13, 2008

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Ginny

Beautiful! I think the lettuce in a vase is very pretty. :-D

Abigail

Your greens look so nice! It's wonderful to have all those yummy fresh vegetables!

Dorothy

Sounds wonderful! Swiss chard is so delicious! Enjoy!

Ruth MacCarthaigh

Just dropped by to say I enjoyed your story on Heather's blog about the bird seed sprouting in your Groom's ear!!!
Ruth

Michelle

They look really yummy. Where we are, we can only grow lettuces in the early spring and mid to late fall. I've never tried beets, but we've found that typically, root vegetables do not grow well for us. We have thought about trying them in raised beds, but so far haven't actually gotten around to it. Maybe this year....:-)

hannah

Thank you, Ginny, Abigail, Dorothy, and Michelle for your comments! You all need to be here to help us eat it all up. :)

Cindi

Wow! Your produce looks wonderful! I need gardening tips from you.

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