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Re: what does your garden grow

on 10/3/03 6:39 AM, Jesse Bell wrote:

> bronze fennel 

I have 2 large bronze fennels growing down in my "pit". About a week ago, I
started to harvest the umbels to let them dry more & then I shake the seed
out & put in a jar & Janice uses them in her cooking. Looks like I'll have a
bumper crop. Also, I have a green fennel growing at the edge my patio, but
the umbels still have the small yellow buds. Soon they will start to turn.
anxious to see if they will be a different flavor???? Stay tuned.
Have a gr888 weekend.

Tony Veca  <>< 
Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
Vancouver, WA  USA

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