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San Lorenzo, CA

July 1, 2001
3:49 AM

Post #7542

My firstborn tomato:
Richmond Hill, GA
(Zone 8b)

July 1, 2001
9:16 PM

Post #89128

Congratulations! It's a _beautiful_ baby!



Benton, KY
(Zone 7a)

July 1, 2001
11:00 PM

Post #89168

Looks like you're well on your way to becoming completely addicted! Congrats!
Richmond Hill, GA
(Zone 8b)

July 3, 2001
1:51 AM

Post #89615

Yup, you'll fit in perfectly with the rest of _us_!!! LOL

Petaluma, CA

July 3, 2001
8:51 PM

Post #89964

Essensia, loved the responses to your other thread! Congrats on the baby 'mater. I just found the first one of the year about the same time. Meanwhile, we're on the second planting of lettuces and arugula. I have bunnies in the house I also feed from the garden. They go nuts for the fresh stuff every morning.
Though I'm well into middle age, my mom still thinks that, after 30 years a vegetarian, I will die from lack of protein. she would love that "how many bugs?" information!!! lol. Thanks. :) perL
San Lorenzo, CA

July 4, 2001
4:37 AM

Post #90119

Thanks, everybody. Yeah, I'm totally obsessed!

perLite, LOL. Now your mom can rest easy, knowing that you're getting plenty of animal protein. Your garden sounds great. Lucky bunnies!

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