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Default Container veggies perking up

The cauliflower went through a growth spurt and the lettuce took off too.
This frilly reddish mustard is really good. Part of a mix, so I don’t know which one it is.
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I'd perk up if I was in Florida! Very nice and I'm a tad jealous. It's below zero here.

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I'd perk up if I was in Florida! Very nice and I'm a tad jealous. It's below zero here.

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Yikes! While there are lots of things I miss about the “up north” places I’ve lived, waiting forever until spring gardening isn’t one of them. I love being able to grow outside all year.
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Today I finally managed to not eat all the snap peas as I poked around in the garden, so I added them to the Thai red curry for dinner.
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Looking good!
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Nice!
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Thanks! Sugar Magnolia and a few Magnolia Blossom, with Royal Snow to follow.
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Those red podded snap peas are gorgeous! What variety is that?
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Those are the Sugar Magnolia peas...more purple than red. From Baker Creek.
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