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April 1, 2010

A few of my favorite things

By Elisa | 4 Comments »

Bikes and gardens!  I am sure that many of you are well aware of my love for gardens (how could you not be as much as I talk about them and take photos and have parties?!)

Proud farmer for plot #10!

Well this week I was awarded a plot at the community garden at Jones Valley Urban Farm!  Freddy and I took a ride over to visit it today.  It needs a LOT of love, but is just waiting for me to grow something wonderful.

Suggestions for what to grow?  I will keep you posted with photos and reports from my bounty.

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  1. On April 1st, 2010 Steve A said:

    Tomatoes and onions. Glorious! If you want, also some jalapenos.

  2. On April 2nd, 2010 Adam said:

    Radishes grow really quickly. Spinach. Swiss chard. Carrots of course! Snow peas have really pretty plants. Anything you can squeeze into a juicer. :-)

  3. On April 2nd, 2010 Cyclin' Missy said:

    Tomatoes, green beans, and cucumbers. I’d suggest zucchini too, but you may not have the space. What fun!

  4. On April 4th, 2010 john_in_nh said:

    I highly recommend
    http://highmowingseeds.com/organic-seeds-purple-dark-opal-basil.html

    the most gorgeous basil you will ever have, its color is beautiful when making pesto and the flavor is soooo wonderful.

    or tomato’s :P try to get some heirloom varieties! The purple ones look a little weird but again are quite wonderful :P
    http://highmowingseeds.com/organic-seeds-cherokee-purple-tomato.html

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