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June 21, 2010


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I hope to have that on my backyard actually it will save you money if your have vegetables on the backyard.


I believe it is partially the heat, but also tight quarters. My abused tomatillos had to wit for me to get my proverbial dirt together before I could get them out of their tiny 6-pack. subsequently they were scraggly, but had several already formed and 1 edible tomatillo.
same with my Night blooming Jasmine, kept in its nursery pot it had begun to flower, moved into its summer pot it is back to producing leaves, leaves leaves and the flowers have stopped.
Will be contact you soon for software geek assistance! But crazy busy right now.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Be careful what you wish for! When the tomatoes come, they'll come all at once.

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

It is fascinating to me how different each season shapes up. Even regions can be different - On Saturday I found hundreds of raspberries about to ripen at the farm and even managed to pick about two cups. Unexpected, to say the least.


Hi! You asked about the flower in my post today. It's yarrow. Thanks for stopping by.

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