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March 21, 2010

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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

We raked off our garden yesterday and discovered chives, garlic sprouting, and signs of life on the thyme plant. When the mint starts to peek its head up, Ill know its really spring. Sorry for the loss of your lettuce seeds; I love the screening as a defense!

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

So many things to contend with in a garden. Sending good thoughts for more lettuce!

Cinnamon-Girl

Sorry about your seeds. The screen is a great idea! Not many signs of Spring in my neck of the woods yet.

Psychgrad

Im curious to know if your screen idea works out. The squirrels in my city are large and not particularly shy. So, I am going to need to figure out how to protect my garden from them.

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