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May 28, 2010


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And are your strawbeeries ripening? I've gotten a pint or so already, which just feels weird - it's only May!

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

Here's to a much more successful tomato season in 2010! Couldn't possibly be worse than it was for us in NY last year ...


Karen -- yes! I picked about a pint yesterday. Not weird at all, strawberries are spring plant.

T.W. -- Hear! Hear!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

It will be fun to see what kind of tomato it turns out to be. I love volunteers!


I'm such a novice, I am not sure which parts are new sprouts of my seeds and which parts are weeds. Any tips?


PG - I've figured it out through trial and error. Sometimes I let things grow a little to see what develops. I've also pulled out oregano and cilantro sprouts several times this year thinking they were weeds, but immediately realized my mistake.

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