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Happy New Year

Nothing says Happy New Year like mustard greens and collards

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Re: Happy New Year

Lookin good there lakngulf. Break out the black eyed peas to go along with it. Happy New Year!!

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Re: Happy New Year

Happy New year to all. Here is some Florida sunshine for you.
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Re: Happy New Year

Long noodles and pomegranate !

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Re: Happy New Year

Happy New Year to all,

New Years here is the garden is covered with snow, but the seed and plant catalogs have begun to arrive, time to plan the 2014 garden...

Happy New year to all..

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Re: Happy New Year


Plot is snow covered and its 25 degrees.
Gardening at 5000 feet elevation, zone 4/5 Northern Utah, Frost free from May 25 to September 8 +/-

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