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I think it's safe to say that all signs of frost have disappeared and that it's finally safe to plant those veggies I've been overpaying for all winter long. Tomatoes, green beans, dill, squash, cucumbers. Mmmm, I can taste the goodness already.
Last year I cleaned up a large flower bed and thinned out the perennials then planted several annuals for instant color. I stuck a few tomato plants in the ground and a pepper in a pot and hoped for the best.
This year the pernennials are more established and should have a little more substance than the sticks in the ground they were last year. I saved the seeds from marigolds and various other annuals and will plant those in bare spots as a filler. I've decided to make the vegetable garden a little larger, so it will reside in a spot across the yard. I have bush bean seeds and squash and sunflower because I think those will be fun for the boys.
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