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Old May 9, 2017   #4
lakelady
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great, thanks guys!

I'm moving my beds around (next year I need new boards for the individual beds, they're rotting at the bottom), and I was trying to figure out where everything is going to move or be planted when I saw that little plant peeking up. I have more to plant this year, so I'll definately be hilling the rows.

The groundhog didn't seem to notice the potatoes, he was too busy destroying my cukes and squash and greens. Looks like tomatoes and potatoes are safe....for now!
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