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3 comments11 Mar 2006 @ 15:09 by jstarrs : What a lovely post...
..rhubarb likes being near the compost heap.
12 Mar 2006 @ 01:27 by skookum : Thanks Starry. I remember...
sneaking the rhubarb stalks in my Aunt's garden.
Nothing sour could dissuade us from this. It was a point of courage to suck on them without puckering. If one could do it without her frenzied rooster from attacking.. so much the better.
Well, good on the compost pile.. as the garden is going to me smack dab in the middle of it... will have to do the compost somewhere else now.
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