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May 5, 2013

This large piece of ceramic power line insulator was in the frog pond hidden by a clump of filamentous algae.

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This blackberry plant has an enormous mutant leaf on it.

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This leek scape is 6′ tall and still growing

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This catwalk serves a purpose.

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In a close up pictures of “soya” soybean sprouts breaking the surface, my soil looks like someone mixed gravel with wood chips.

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I thought this was radicchio when I transplanted it to this spot; now I admit that I have no idea what it is.

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This parsley really is quite tall, even if I am squatting low while taking this picture to make it look taller.

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This peppermint is planning an escape from this bed. I just know it.

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mrs cohutt approves of this picture.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 9, 2013 1:22 am

    I am always looking for creative, and very cheap, garden solutions. I really enjoyed your photos. Thank you for sharing.

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