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Yea, Congratulations on your new edition to the family. Hee heee. It is beautiful. I don't even have mine in the ground yet but I did notice some Mortgage Lifter volunteers as I was cleaning out the beds some more tonight before the hail attacked me.
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@madnicmom wrote:Congrats on the new addition, too bad it's not a tax write off.
A tax write off? Why not. General Electric wrote off all their taxes. We should be able to at least claim expenses for our gardens. Humm.... each tomato would be at least....
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@spankyleatherlips wrote:What variety of mater?????
It's a Better Boy, I do have Big Boy as well but no fruits yet. My high schooler's seem to be excited as well...they park their car and walk straight to the bed to check on it
Hmmm would it raise a flag if I claimed it on my taxes?
awwww....The year that I taught a fourth grade group of gifted students...I gave each student a seed and a peat pot as we read The Secret Garden...I told them that if you talked to the plant they would grow faster.....you could see one kiddo just thinking about it and he said : it makes sense, as when you speak you expell carbon dioxide.....
I will never forget that....
I will never forget that....
@ftroopmom wrote:My teens check theirs constantly. Just like the younger ones! I love it! We told my son that if he would bring his guitar out and sing to it, they would grow faster!
@shannon1 wrote:Congratulations on your new edition, it's so exciting. I found a cuc hideing under the leaves, I harvest them small so I will be eating it soon .
Oooh I am jealous...mine does not reach the trellis yet LOL
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