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5 responses to “Sunday Gardening: Strawberry flowers, rockmelons, butternuts, and native shrubs”

  1. greenwords

    Oooh I love a nice vegie patch. Am currently sans garden, so making do with living vicariously through everybody else’s. All those tomatoes sound fantastic! There is nothing like a tomato fresh from the vine…

  2. tigtog

    I envy you your vegie patch. Will have to actually do a bit of work and get mine motoring again!

  3. Lucretia

    What a fantastic haul!

    My vege garden has been a bit of a write off for the last couple of years – spring has been so dry here in Adelaide and I’ve been too stingy with the watering. How often do you find it needs watering?

  4. Helen

    I am consumed with envy at your awesome vegie garden!

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