I placed my tomato seed order yesterday in hoping we will have an early final frost. I don't know about all of you but I am ready for winter to go! I am going to try out some Heinz seed this year, I'll let you know how it goes. I also ordered some grape and cherry that I hope will do well. I will put a couple in the beds but the rest will go into containers. They grew terrible last year and I wasn't the only one who had trouble. It irritated one of my neighbors so much that he is making a new bed this year and I quote "I need new dirt!" We may make a new bed this year due to a tree's growth spurt. I am also looking for a well producing straight neck summer squash because I am disgusted with what I planted last year. We still have the large bed on a neighbor's plot that we split the bounty with. I also have a list of other projects I plan to tackle that I'll share as soon as they are started, all geared towards a more productive food harvest (I hope!). Groceries have gone up another 3%, it's bad when you go to the market one week for milk then go the following week and it's a dollar more. But hey, job outlooks are supposed to look good this year and aid in the economic recovery. You will have to excuse me but I haven't figured out yet how to type an effective equivalent to blowing a raspberry!
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