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May 05, 2009


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I can't believe how advanced your garden is, or how much you are growing. I just took a walk round mine and the peas are just emerging from the ground - and its raining so the slugs will be out.

rhonda jean

Nice garden! It looks very productive and healthy. Mmmmmm raspberries. I love your little tomato shelter. I'd like to stroll around this garden. Happy gardening!


Hi Jenny

Your peas will take off like a rocket shortly with all this warm weather and probably catch up with mine really quickly. And don't forget I started growing really, really early this year in a propagator. I'm way too impatient!

Hi Rhonda

Thanks for dropping by. I grow all of my tomatoes under cover. The times I've not done so they've ended up with blight and I've lost the lot.

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