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    bethel springs TN, but was born and raised in north east PA

    todays pickings

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ID:	67847We've been getting a few things from the garden. Just thought i'd post this am's pickings.

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    Tokyo Japan
    Looks good enough to eat!
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    DSM, IA
    I don't have room to grow it, but boy do I wish I did. Nothing better than fresh from the garden!
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    Delton, Michigan
    thats some early corn steve,, and nice looking beets as well, is the leafy stuff lettuce or something else?
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    May 2007
    Kansas City, Missouri
    I planted my first tomatoes and basil this year, no tomatoes yet, but my wife's been picking the basil already. I've also got several volunteer strawberries coming up too where an old evergreen shrub used to be.

    Jeff, you should try some container gardening. I've got several extra pots that are going to be herb containers soon, the tomatoes and basil are in an empty flower bed we had.

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    Reno NV
    Not bad. We just got our first harvest, 4 cherry tomatoes...

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    But then we had a frost scare yesterday. Got down to 33.6 degrees. Our last frost date is technically 6/15, so our season really hasn't started yet.
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    Yorktown, Virginia
    WOW! What zone are you in? Seems early for cukes and eggplant...very nice.

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    Escondido, CA
    Looks delicious. I am green with envy.

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    Looks like good pickings!

    It's warm enough here to consider to start planting. This spring and last year's spring have been cold and delayed plantings.

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    Mar 2008
    bethel springs TN, but was born and raised in north east PA
    Larry yep that's red lettuce. also have iceburg,but that's not ready yet. Everyone kept telling us we planted to early, as we started in mid march. I guess we just got lucky as we didn't have a frost after we got it in the ground. We have been picking bush beans, and strawberrys also, and the taters are all most ready.Also have had some peppers in all ready.Here's a few pics of the garden.We also planted some blue berrys, rasberrys, apple trees, peach trees, plumb,cherry,pear, and started a grape arber.
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