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a bunch of radishes. 5 jalapenos(three pictured only). and a pound of beet greens. i had to post this pic and get it out of my system. my garden is about a month and a week old and its already starting to give. . I know these are the easiest things to grow but they count as my first successes.
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Those are beautiful !! The beautiful thing about radishes is their fast harvest. Radish seeds are put in most "survival" packets and have been for a very very long time for their fast harvest. I like to call them an encouraging plant, they encourage us on with our garden, its the first taste of the garden
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