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Photo of his homemade blackberry jam by Chris Williams

And thanks to a resident from NW for sending: “All in a space that is 4 feet wide and 7 feet long.

This week’s yield includes

Romain lettuce, red oak lettuce, green and purple kale, sweet peppers, sugar snap peas, broccolini, cilantro, rosemary, oregano, mint, basil, a tomato, orach, edible flowers for bitter flavor in cocktails, a carrot, and, of course– catnip! Archie keeps the space clear of cicadas.”

As the season progresses please send your great garden hauls via email to [email protected] with Garden Haul in the subject line and let me know what you’ve grown and what neighborhood you are in. Cheers, thanks and happy gardening! Great Garden Haul is made possible, ironically, by the Friends of the White Whale Society.

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