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Tag Archives: horticulture
All this time, we had our minds set on melons, but look what’s matured, a pumpkin! Linus from Peanuts would be proud of our patch!
As summer days progress, the garden gains ground, growing gung-ho greens along wheel ruts, all sprouts riding atop covered-wagon dirt mounds, dusting off appetites in the lasting light.
Tomato vines upturn their naked leaves, angling light green towards taller trees as if silently saying size is insignificant. Indubitably, summer grows red kahunas, ripe with comeuppance.
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Tomatoes tied to towering trellises, limiting wind thrashing, scaffolded leaves sprayed with egg-based protein to guard against rabid deer teeth gnashing, planted vegetable heads all around, some above, others tubers below ground, lettuce, broccoli,…