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Pumpkins

Pumpkins by dogfrog
Pumpkins, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

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Peters Farm, Mount Holly Springs, PA

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Squash

Squash by dogfrog
Squash, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Peters Farm, Mount Holly Springs, PA

Squashed

Squashed by dogfrog
Squashed, a photo by dogfrog on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Peters Farm, Mount Holly Springs, PA

Carrots. I hate ’em

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I can’t tell you how much I loathe carrots. The ones we grew this year, sure are pretty though. (pukes).

Hot mama

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I grew this. Can’t wait to see if it’s bloody hot or tastes of nothing.

We hit the rhubarb motherload

 

Massive haul of rhubarb – about 12 large freezer bags I think all for less than 20 bucks. That’ll keep us in crumble for a few months I should think! Any other suggestions for rhubarb are welcome!

First fruit

Ok so it’s not the biggest vegetable in the entire world, but it is the first fruits of our garden labor. Spicier than regular radish, this little fella is a spicy Japanese breakfast radish that bestows upon the eater magical super powers. I’m still waiting for mine to kick in but I’m expecting full X-Ray vision before lunchtime in time for a trip to the Viewmont Mall.

 

 

 

 

Welcome visitor

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Eat the slugs my pretty…

Rhubarb

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For a while I didn’t think this was gonna happen, but we found a rhubarb crown at Greystone Gardens English Garden Centre in Clarks Summit. Now to find some custard.