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“I can explain this.”

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First year, and worth it.

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The Sunday garden

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A helping leaf

Romaine lettuce growing up in the shade of a broccoli plant to shade it and help keep it from bolting. (About 80 broccoli plants, actually.)

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bamboo pea trellis

It’s like an old glass milk bottle, because it looks good and it works. These are bush peas, English garden peas. I used to grow only Sugar Snap Peas for the farmers’ markets, and while they sell like hot cakes … Continue reading

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Lettuce seedlings

I grow many varieties of lettuce and other greens, some started in flats such as this, under grow-lights in the cellar, and others direct-seeded in the garden. Each variety is chosen for its appearance, color, flavor (especially) and tolerance to … Continue reading

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One sign of spring.

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Lost farm

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Security nap, size 9

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Cheers, world

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