Shared Returns

So many lovely ‘returns’ have arrived in my inbox over the past few months, I wanted to share them with all of you:

sweet little gardens

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And the windowbox method:

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Ultimate sharing:

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And then as the season progressed:

“Grateful for the seed bomb that found its way to me. Love how realistic the potato is! It’s supposed to be good and rainy today and tonight.  I think I’ll go bomb the garden!”

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I would love to see more harvest pictures to share from this project. Thanks so much to all of you who took pictures and and sent them my way!

Stories like this one bring me big grins as well:

“I picked up a potato while at SUNY New Paltz graduation. It appealed to me because I work with crop scientists and plant geneticists at Cornell, including a potato geneticist. It is sitting in my office and I have had several discussions with people about it. We all agree that the potato you used for a mold is one which breeders would appreciate- the eyes aren’t too deep and the shape is uniform. Very important features in a good potato chip!”

Happy harvesting and don’t forget to Share the bounty!

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One thought on “Shared Returns

  1. Great project. Love seeing the follow ups. But, still waiting for mine. 🙂 Hope you can make it out for the Spring firing…will be enlarging the pizza oven. The Fall firing was in record time and great results from the ground hog Opening the anagama this weekend.

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