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July 24, 2015



yes, it is a lovely soulful past time, even in lean seasons. there is something so promising about gardening. ours is a bit lean this summer too-pack rats seem to haul away entire mature plants in the dead of night! i continue to propagate more and more butterfly weed and am happy to share that every single day since spring there are monarchs floating floating nearby!
it is friday and the haiku circle would be all the more beautiful with your arrival!


Beautiful garden. It's where the heart is.

lyle baxter

looking good! next year try to weasel some chicken manure its the best! learned that by accident! when our kids were small we had a farm and and on that farm said said old macdonald we pulled down a beat up chicken house! It was close to a source of water and became a tomato patch! I have never had better tomatoes! you didn't have to salt them !jersey tomatoes are good and florida tomatoes are tasteless but oh those manured ones!

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