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Right now has a great deal on strawberries. You can get 25 strawberry plants plus two growing bags (a new way to grow plants) for only $13.45. If you spend $25 on the their website and use the code BERRIES you can get 25 more strawberry plants (this offer ends on March 17th). That’s 50 strawberry plants and two growing bags plus whatever else you got for only $25 plus shipping. My shipping cost was around $10.

Oh and if you love fruit check out this deal they have right now. You can get 3 blackberry, 1 blueberry, 3 raspberry and 25  strawberry plants for $39.95 which isn’t too bad. It is called the “Basket of Berries” collection.

25 Strawberry plants plus 2 growing bags item code is 42009

For 25 Free Surecrop Strawberry plants with any $25 purchase use the code BERRIES (ends 3/17/2010)

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I’ve expanded my vegetable garden area by 7 feet so this year I can grow even more!  Below is a list of everything I will be planting. Some of the herbs and veggies will be mixed together because they can be good companion plants like basil and tomatoes.


Sweet corn, Roma and Razzleberry and Beefsteak Tomatoes, Eggplant, Cucumber, Pole Beans, Peas, Summer Squash, Carrots, Buttercrunch and Iceberg Lettuce, Green and Red Cabbage, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Spinach, Okra and a variety of sweet and hot peppers


Rosemary, English Thyme, Catnip, Lavender, Chamomile, Italian Basil, Dark Opal Basil, Peppermint, Catmint Felix, Oregano, Chives, Garlic Chives, Lemon Basil, Dill, Sage, Spearmint, Parsley, Red Rubin Basil


Cleome, Cosmos, Statice Bright Rose, Butterfly Bush, Heather,Coleus Mix, Foxglove Foxy, Linaria Flaming Passion, Aster Lilliput Blue Moon, Zinnia Candy Stripe


Blackberries, Blueberries, Strawberries, Cherries and Muscadines.


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This is my youngest cat, Sam

This was taken today


These flowers are lovely. They are called Jonquils. Once planted they will return year after year and are usually the first flowers to appear, at least in my yard, in the spring. I saw them start appearing a few weeks ago but today is when the blooms started to open. In a few days the blooms will open completely. Jonquils can grow in full sun or in partially shaded areas. I planted mine in the corners of my yard, around trees and shrubs and as a border to a walkway.