".....P.S. No mason jars. I'm not that industrious. Basically I just forage for snacks in the garden while supplies last. :)...."My kind of gardener! Back in the 70's I lived in Maine and had a 50 x 100 garden that a neighbor farmer would plow rotted cow manure in as he turned it over in the spring for me (quick work with a tractor!). After that, my gardens became more modest and flowers became more plentiful. Last year we moved into one of the rehabbed mills in Pawtucket and I promptly planted 100+ daffodils and 30+ day lillies... came in beautifully this year. Probably plant more this fall.All the rain was a godsend for the plantings (mine and the new ones around the building) since this is only the second summer that the trees and shrubs have been in the ground here. Very different from our old home on the East Side!wells
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