A Morning in the Garden

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      1. I’m okay today Bee, the last days haven’t been that hot here, even if they say, it should come back. I just hope, we don’t pass 35 C. Less than 30 C. is better. Take good care of yourself.

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    1. Thanks. Its a little on the wild side but mainly my husbands work. He is a trained gardener and put lots of compost in. He also has an ancient rotivator that works well to work the soil in spring. This year I do more because I am at home and he works full-time. Thats why it is so wild. Wouldn’t happen on his watch lol

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  1. What makes a Welsh onion different from any other onion? Just curious. I have no green thumb, but rather a black one, and I’m not allowed to touch our flowers, only to water them. I can look, but not touch. πŸ™‹

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      1. Heh heh … yeah, I rather thought they must be native to Wales … I’ve learned something new today! I would probably like the, for I put chopped scallions on everything … rice, chicken, potatoes, eggs … 😊 You have a wonderful weekend also … as much as possible in these times. Sigh. πŸ™‹

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