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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 12:32 PM
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As a gardener, I had similar issues this year. Everything had a late start due to the epic winter last year, and about halfway through the summer everything either exploded and overproduced and stopped, or it just gave up completely. My green beans didn't even start to vine until into August. Then, woo hoo, it hard froze in late September (a month too soon) and now was -6 degrees Fahrenheit this morning. On the other hand though the wild harvest was incredible this year, the berries were dripping off of the bushes, and most perennials had a much better than average growth year. Most people look at me funny when I bring it up, but I have noticed a major difference, and I have been gardening in different climates since I was a child.

If you want company canning come on over! I was thinking of finally hauling cranberries out of the freezer and making my cranberry sauce for the holidays today.
It is always better with company, I do understand. It's a great way to remember her.




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