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Shiitake mushrooms
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Taters, oh yummy taters.

This would be enough for the two of us and to gift some away.
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yummy taters!
yummy taters!
 
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Just been to the land and got some stuff
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These are some of the squashes produced by my four plants. They are Tromboncini di Albenga, a Cucurbita moschata. I think it is a perfect choice: unripe fruit (zucchini) are delicious, better than normal cucurbita pepo. Ripe fruits are very good and long storing. more info at webpage or just ask me.
 
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Raoul, your squashes look very interesting, like they are letters ... but I can't read them
 
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Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Raoul, your squashes look very interesting, like they are letters ... but I can't read them


That's exactly what I talk about in my last blog post! (link above) They look like letters of indian and srilankan alphabets!
 
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I spent part of the day harvesting squash and cleaning up the corn patch.

I only managed to get a photo of the squash.

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Butternut and some butter cup squash
Butternut and some butter cup squash
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