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So far, snow peas, potatoes, parsley, breadseed poppies, German Chamomile and Bachelor's Buttons. Artichokes are going in tomorrow. Then I have to wait until it warms up in May to plant the rest.
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It;s Autumn here so not a lot. We have some broad beans in the veggie patch, and have planted some pigface, a local succulent in the native garden.
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