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4 comments6 May 2007 @ 00:43 by hgoodgame : Looks great!
Wow, you're an inspiration, gal! What kind of peas are you growing? Up here I mostly grow the edible pod kind but didn't get any in this year. So far all I've got is a bunch of potato plants (well, there's tomatoes and squash still sitting in pots in the greenhouse).
6 May 2007 @ 01:38 by skookum : first row has...
napa cabbage, various leaf lettuces
widdle row between has some herbs.. basil, dill, cilantro, parsley,
next row has broccoli and brussel sprouts
have some garlic chives
then the peas.. both sugar snap and snow
then i have more herbs.. peppermint, oregano, thyme etc
most started in peat pellets.. but bought a few things
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