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October 25, 2010


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Lovely post... it's always a sad day when we pull out the tomatoes. In fact it's all rather melancholy, isn't it?!

Rebecca Sweet

What a lovely tribute to the changing of seasons! Fall is definitely in the air, isn't it? But I must ask - do tomatoes really ripen if you pick them & store them like that? I've never heard of that and must give it a try!


Where DO you garden? We had a hard frost last night. I did get all done that I needed to. Now I'm off to survey the damage,


It looks like you have a lot of lovely fall color there! We're expecting our first frost this weekend..


Looks good Kathleen. I've missed your posts. Just got out of the hospital and hopefully will get back to blogging as soon as I can think of something to say - encouraging that is.


What is it with the crazy passionflowers this year? I've heard many people say that theirs never did bloom. Mine is trying to conquer the earth, but no gorgeous blooms to earn it's keep! And that cup and saucer vine is fabulous, I'm glad it finally bloomed. We've numerous light frosts, but many flowers are still going strong.

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