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09:11:2004 Entry: "Ann : Dahlias"


Click the picture below to see a gallery of some of the flowers we grew outside this year.
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Nice. Must be a fine garden. Do you have anything edible in it?

Posted by Nico @ 09:13:2004:07:31 AM CST

Just rhubarb. We tried tomatoes, but they never ripen. We don't have a lot of sun, so it's really hard to grow veggies because they require a lot of sun and a longer growing season.

Posted by Ann @ 09:13:2004:09:06 AM CST

If rhubarb is what I think it is, then it's good - specially if you dip it in sugar.

Posted by Nico @ 09:14:2004:07:12 AM CST

You sort of *have to* dip it in sugar. Unless you're Stan and like bitter, sour foods. (I can say mean things about him here because he never checks my Comments...the weirdo...only unless he makes them himself.)

Rhubarb is good cooked too. And especially in rhubarb pie.

Posted by Ann @ 09:14:2004:08:18 AM CST

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