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Gloria's Bumper Crop?

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Gloria had me plant some heartland mater seeds in the late fall, and they have endured temps in the mid 30's and weekly storms. My japs are coming back early. So, I guess they deserve at least a pic. Don't laugh too loud, she thinks it's great and sings to the maters every morning. Go figure... I should have been a mater?
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I am jealous! Can't get the woman to let me garden without grief! PDT_Armataz_01_36.gif
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Rich, you'd better fix that one board in the fence. I think I was a rabbit sticking his nose in there!!PDT_Armataz_01_40.gif
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You better start working on your recipe for the ultimate BLT.
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Looks great, I'm Jealous!....We just had snow a couple weeks ago...
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nothing beats a home grown mater-my bro loves stopping buy, sitting on the porch and a mater and a salt shaker.
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Home Grown Tomaters

Man, and I have two more months to go before I can put mine in!
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