Green green, it’s green they say, on the far side of the hill…

How about, “Green green, it’s green in my greenhouse!”

seedlings ahoy!

seedlings ahoy!

It’s only been two weeks for the top row and one week for the lower row, but whoa Nellie!  We’re selling seedlings if you want cucumbers, pickles, luffa, borage, and bachelor’s buttons.  $3 per plant organic.

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