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June 07, 2007

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Renee

Your raised beds are great! I love the pictures!

Renee

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Colleen

Tracy, this was great! I was smiling and nodding to myself when I read the part about the quest for the perfect variety...and I am totally with you when it comes to tomatoes. I love trying different kinds every year, and I have been known to be a little stingy with them :-)

There is something amazing about witnessing so many changes, all within a few short months. It's one of the things that makes me think gardeners are the lucky ones. We notice more about the cycles of life and nature than non-gardeners do, I think, and we're richer for it.

Awesome post!

Ali

I'm with Colleen, this was a lovely post, and I too love harvesting and enjoying what I've grown. And like you, I really enjoy watching the gardens, knowing every plant, watching them grow and change, and in the case of pass alongs, recalling who gave it to me.

And yes, trying new varieties, the purple Brussels sprouts, the rainbow chard, the yellow carrots, and tomatoes... don't get me started!

And now, I enjoy sharing my obsession with my blogging cronies :-)

Hanna

I love the testing of new varieties too. It is like Christmas in the veggie patch when all tose new kinds of begetables are ready to be harvested and tasted. :)

Tracy

Thanks to everyone for your wonderful comments.

I love trying new varieties in the garden, too. I figure, why bother with "proven" varieties if I can buy them at the store or the farmer's market? I want the unusual!

Anthony

I'm curious how you were able to pull my exact thoughts from my brain without me knowing it. :)

I can totally relate to everything you described. Nice post.

Tracy

Thanks, Anthony!

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