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hendi_alex
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April Garden

Brief walk through the main veggie gardening area.

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Eclectic gardening style, drawing from 45 years of interest and experience. Mostly plant in raised beds and containers primarily using intensive gardening techniques.
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i like how everything has daylilys lol, do you eat the blooms?
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So far the wife and I only eat the blooms when making our evening walk in the yard, with a good glass of wine.
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Alex,

Very nice. Kale and collard are delicious. We had a customer at the last Farmers Market buy two bunches of kale. She said, she was going to make a smoothie out of it. I don't think I would go that far :shock:

Video cracked me up. :lol: and my lovely wife Daylily, oops that's not her name, what's your name again :lol: :wink:

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Yes, I have to say I was definitely giggling by about the 4th bed of Day Lilly :).

They are gorgeous flowers, I can't blame you two! They grow wild along a lot of road sides around here. One day I'll find a time there are no cars coming to hop out and steal them! 8)
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