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Post by Penny on 20th August 2010, 8:49 pm

Also greenbeans (we only just started getting them in).

The alternaria has started in on the tomato plants but our Matt's Wild Cherry are so vigorous I don't expect it to affect them much. We've started getting a few tomatoes a day with last week's beginning of the cherry tomatoes. Always a good time.

The blueberry bushes are producing a handful now and then which is good. Last year I broke down and got the net to cover the bushes so the birds aren't getting all of them garden

I've been picking cabbage moth eggs off the broccoli, etc. and now and then some "caterpiggles". We do have some frogs but no tree frogs in the tomato plants. One wonderful year we had these tiny tiny creatures which would hop from leaf to leaf with barely a quiver of the branch. I was ecstatic.
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