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Thanks to Jeff for sending the great haul above from Petworth.

And thanks to Roxana for sending this great haul from Brookland: Read More

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“Francis and his Habaneros in Shaw”

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. Entries will be accepted now through Labor Day. Cheers, thanks and happy gardening!

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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. Entries will be accepted now through Labor Day. Cheers, thanks and happy gardening!

Thanks to John for sending above: “Peppers cranking in Adams Morgan.”

and thanks to Max for sending his beautiful garden from Brightwood Park: Read More

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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. Entries will be accepted now through Labor Day. Cheers, thanks and happy gardening!

“Lynn’s garden haul from Lovejoy Community Garden on Capitol Hill with the last of the strawberries, the first tomatoes (yellow, early girls, and cherry), green beans and basil.”

An thanks to Ronni for sending from Chevy Chase “The zucchini’s are insane this summer!!” Read More

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Thanks to Stephen for sending: “Start of summer harvest off to a great start in container garden in NoMA! Already have some cherry tomatoes for bruschetta and Roma tomatoes/chilli peppers for salsa.”

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. Entries will be accepted now through Labor Day. Cheers, thanks and happy gardening!

Great Garden Haul is made possible, ironically, by the Friends of the White Whale Society.

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Thanks to Victoria for sending from Columbia Heights: “Daikon radish and collard greens”

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. Entries will be accepted now through Labor Day. Cheers, thanks and happy gardening!

Great Garden Haul is made possible, ironically, by the Friends of the White Whale Society.

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Thanks to John for sending: “First harvest from roof pots in Adams Morgan. A crookneck squash, a jalapeño, two poblano peppers and a bunch of pepperoncinis.”

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. Entries will be accepted now through Labor Day. Cheers, thanks and happy gardening!

Great Garden Haul is made possible, ironically, by the Friends of the White Whale Society.

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photo by Diane Krauthamer

“Dear PoPville,

In search of gardening advice for hot months and extended stays out of town. I’m fairly novice in gardening but finally invested in some hydrangeas in our backyard that I’d hate to part with over an extended vacation (3 weeks) in August. In search of advice on how to keep them watered and alive (drip hose?) or of any watering services that deal with outdoor plants.”

Ed. Note: 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. Read More

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