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My daughter helped plant onions, kale and romaine lettuce, yesterday. I took the cold frame off of the spinach, collard greens, and turnip greens to take advantage of this Mid-March warm up!
First frost here in the Mid-State on 11-1-14. This was easier to endure than the 2 feet of snow at Mt LeConte in East Tennessee.
This a major reason that I garden: an organically grown, vine ripened, Tennessee tomato!
My, how I love that fresh corn!
I am still getting blackberries, blueberries and of course, raspberries at the end of July, 2014. I have over 100 thorn less blackberry plants, and have picked 12 gallons of blackberries of of our back yard, to date 7-26-14.
Starting to get a few blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries!
Nothing like a little home made blackberry cobbler, wayyyy out of season, to make it seem like spring is just right around the corner...
Ahhh summer! Just picked about 2 gallons of home grown, vine ripened, Tennessee tomatoes!
A home grown vine-ripened Tennessee tomato is one reason I garden.
In Tennessee, one can have fresh fruit grown from their backyard garden (or farm) 5-6 months out of the year.
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