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Garden update July 2 in zone 2!

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Potatoes got some frost but have recovered nicely. We now have radishes/ spinach/ scallions and mint we didn't have before. We're still learning and thank goodness we don't only have this to eat with. Kids found a frog again this year so that made my permaculture heart happy. I want to spread out some plants too close together the next heavy rain. 

I have a friend using 80% shade cloth to extend his growing season with his strawberries. 2 4 X 8 beds and he's already go 100 perfectly red strawberries!

Were learning more everyday! I worried for those that think they can survive off a seed vault and good luck.

I'd love to see what you guys got going on in your gardens.

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