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wandering squash


Last summer Mother Nature did this exact thing in my Harry Potter garden.
 I had thrown squash seeds out there in the winter for the birds.  They
missed 4.  

You may recall that last summer was hot and dry and the squash produced
beautiful large yellow blossoms every day.  Two were butternut and 2 an
acorn type.  All produced marvelous fruit.  

When they appeared to be going in the wrong (for me) direcetion, I just
moved them.  One of the vines was so long I trained it to make an edging
along a wall and up the side of some steps.  It looked great.

Linda Wallpe

From: "Pamela J. Evans" <gardenqueen@gbronline.com>
Subject: RE: [CHAT] new veggie seeds
<<I'm considering letting a squash plant wander through one of my big
flower beds out back and see how that turns out!  I am just full up!!>>>
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