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Finally, things are growing here in Winona! I harvested my radishes and planted cukes in one of the squares. I forgot to harden them off, so they're NOT happy, but I'm hoping they'll recover. Melons will go in the other, but I'm waiting for the starts to get a bit bigger and the temps to be steadier....and warmer! Harvested lots of spinach, too, and made a quiche out of it....a first for me! The kids hated it but I thought it was pretty good. My peas are growing visibly each day. I love watching them curl around the trellis, and each other and anything else within reach! I also planted my tomato, and, well, I'll save that for the Tomato Tuesday thread. Hope everyone else is having fun, too!
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Sounds good! I'm jealous of your peas!! For some reason I didn't plant mine until Saturday, so I'm way behind. I think I'm done buying plants to go in my SFGs, but who knows, I could find something else "fun"! My beans and carrots are growing, so that's good.
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