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Re: How Did Your Garden Grow in 2001?

  • Subject: Re: [cg] How Did Your Garden Grow in 2001?
  • From: Dboek@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 6 Jan 2002 21:13:53 EST

Hi, all,

I got to get my lesson plans together (polyhedra for 8 year olds - got any 
good ideas???), but just a minute to say that at our school garden, we had 
excellent luck with Tithonia (Mexican sunflower) and regular sunflowers as a 
fall (plant the last week of school when the kids go home) 
beautification/catch attention crop. My big tomato surprise last year (good 
one!) was Juliette, a sort-of Roma type that just kept producing and 
producing. Also, as usual, Brandywine tasted best and Celebrity was overall 
best. Lemon cukes, the old fashioned ones, did better than anything else. 
Otherwise, no standouts, I'm afraid. I used cow peas (aka blackeyed peas) as 
a cover crop in my mini-orchard, they did a very nice job of outcompeting the 

Don Boekelheide
Charlotte NC

In a message dated 1/6/02 5:29:22 PM Eastern Standard Time, Adam36055@aol.com 

> Hi Guys,
>  We're sitting in front of this fireplace with mulled wine, hot chocolate, 
>  marshmallows and the adult spirits of your choice.  It's time for the 
>  stories? Nice music in the background and a gentle snow is falling outside 
> of 
>  the window...
>  How did your garden grow last year? Have any interesting plans for next?  
> Got 
>  some baby pictures?
>  Best wishes,
>  Adam Honigman

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