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June 1999 Issue
How does your garden grow?
by Ronda L. Halpin
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June is the month when my garden actually starts to look like a garden. Of course, I've been planting and puttering around in there for over a month, but it's first in June that things actually start happening here in Wisconsin. My tomatoes show off bright yellow flowers and my snap peas start crawling up the fence I've provided for them. If the rabbits in my back yard could get to the plants (I've securely fenced it off), they'd be bunny food!

Okay, I've given you some of the low down on my garden, now it's your turn. What's happening in all those precious plots around the world these days? What are your favorites? What could you do without? It's garden talk month!

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