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Gwen Lynn
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A new variety of cucumbers, perhaps? (This hasn't been photoshopped!)
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Leah Sattler
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i love funny vegies! it looks like a little one grafted itself onto a bigger one!
 
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Leah Sattler
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ok. i have to add my own 'organic' art. tee hee hee

 
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I remember those carrots, Leah! I still have pix of the tomato. Oh those wacky veggies!  Just when you think it's safe to go out to the garden!
 
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sure is fun waiting to see what will CROP up
 
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At least somebody was happy to see the rain! 

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Jami McBride
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These photos are tooooooooo funny!  What kind of compost do you girls use?

I feel something Furdian coming over me when I look at those pics -   
 
Leah Sattler
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whoa! gives a whole new meaning to impregnating something with fungi spore.
 
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LOL! Leah that was great! Haha!

Nothing special compost-wise in this area of my yard. This lil' shroom just popped up after all the rain. Used well rotted horse manure in other parts of the yard. It's funny how mushrooms just seem to appear out of nowhere sometimes.
 
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ahh the shrooms and vegies are just waiting to shock and offend us periodically with their phallic ways.  they need no help from compost.
 
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Ok, I confess. I recently bought some fertilizer that was manufactured at the pharmaceutical company that makes viagra!  Just kidding! 
 
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  My daughter is asking me why I'm laughing at my computer again (I'm suppose to be working).....
 
Gwen Lynn
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So glad you are laughing! I love to make people laugh! 
 
                                            
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That cucumber is very unusual! Very cool!

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That fungi is called the common stinkhorn and has the very appropriate scientific name of Phallus impudicus.  Whatever botanist first named it had a sense of humor.
 
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ah. very appropriate name!!! sounds like a scientific name from the roadrunner cartoons! I like that.
 
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