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Thursday, November 04, 2010

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Ardi

What a find! I have copied it off and am sending to my pen pal in the south of England who has just this year risen to the top of the list and gotten their first allotment. They have worked very hard and had a lovely harvest from it. I love these old things, as you know, especially when they're what everyday, ordinary people were doing to survive and thrive during wartimes. Thanks for sharing.

Margaret Lambert

Supplies are no longer scarce in winter, but your own brussels sprouts and potatoes will taste better than any others. Hands back in the dirt again!

carol

Roz, you find the greatest treasures! Love it.

Darla

What a delightful chart. I'll print off a copy for DH as he's the gardener here. He always puts in a winter garden, mostly chard and various other greens. Maybe he'll find some inspiration with your list.

Darla

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