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Thursday, 04 July 2019 11:12
July in the Garden

Plants are off to a slow start but finally getting growing. What's not so great is that I see hardly any bees. We have carpenter bees, yellow jackets and wasps but seeing almost no honeybees here. This year planted zebra tomato (yellow and green striped), Roma tomato (red sauce tomato), Napa Baby Cabbage, Peas (which are going pretty good), Salad Slicer Cucumbers, 3 types of Basil, Chives (regular and Garlic), radishes, Nasturtiums (good in salads), Dwarf Bartlett Pears and a few Blackberries.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 July 2019 11:40

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