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Saturday, May 29, 2010


As part of the ongoing lawn reduction program, a large round strawberry bed was created last year  in the back yard, at the bottom of the steps to the deck. The broken bluestones from the sidewalk repair were used to create a path through the middle.

Today - my first harvest!   Delicious.


Blogger nina said...

Already? Do you remember a year where you could pick berries in May??
The spring to remember for its wonderful weather.

(Pretty garden!)

10:31 PM  
Anonymous beecher said...

Excellent! We have a lot of berries on our plants, but all are still green. Since the plants are down the street in the community garden, it's hard to keep an eye on them and get to them before animals or other interlopers do!

1:12 PM  
Blogger Isabel Breeze said...

More pictures of your garden please! You're holding out on us.

3:19 PM  

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